Spring has finally descended on the Baltics, driving hundreds of Vilnius, Tallinn and Riga residents out into the streets.
The months of April and May will see a large rise in the political temperature too, with Lithuania gearing up for its presidential elections on May 12 (the second round, experts say is inevitable and will be held on May 26). The country’s also just held it municipal council elections.
In addition, on May 12 Lithuanians will be asked their opinion in a referendum on the subject of dual citizenship. It ...
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