The Lithuanian parliament's acting commission for scrutiny of the national broadcaster's operations decided at its first meeting on January 24 to turn to 14 institutions for information about LRT, asking the government to earmark money and call a tender for LRT's external audit.
"We are turning to the government for the money and initiation of the public procurement procedure so that some audit company could make an assessment. An international audit would probably be the best, however, the purchase and the conditions are subject to discussion," the ...
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