Parliamentary Chairman Arturas Paulauskas told state radio Nov. 14 that he supported a lifting of presidential immunity that could possibly open to the public certain secret conversations recorded by the State Security Department. The General Prosecutor's office had earlier called for tapes featuring Presdient Rolandas Paksas' voice to be destroyed immediately.MP Aloyzas Sakalas, chairman of the special parliamentary committee investigating potential breaches by members of the presidential administration, said the president's private meeting with General Prosecutor Antanas Klimavicius was h...
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