VILNIUS - President Rolandas Paksas came one step closer to a political end game as a special parliamentary commission declared that he had indeed put the country's security at risk.On Dec. 1 the ad hoc commission charged with investigating Paksas and his advisers endorsed a report outlining a series of threats the president had posed to national security."The commission states that the president has been and continues to be vulnerable. Considering the president's unusual status and responsibility and his role in domestic and foreign policy, this poses a menace to national security," read...
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