VILNIUS (BNS) - Although no longer tied up by a coalition agreement with the Conservative Party, the Christian Democrats announced they will support the reduction of this year's budget, even though the party thinks it is too little, too late."The parliamentary faction will vote in favor of the draft budget reduction law because it is realistic to some extent," said Christian Democrat MP Albertas Simenas, chairman of the Parliament's economic affairs committee.Most other factions in the Parliament have said they will oppose the budget-trimming plan unveiled by Conservatives.However, the Cons...
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