Dalia Grybauskaitė

R. Lopata: it could appear that we have become a presidential republic

Lithuanian foreign policy is weakened by the fact that all the powers of its formation and implementation are focused in one location – the institution of the president, while its other centres – the cabinet and Seimas are passive, political scientist Raimundas Lopata tells lrt.lt. “Lithuania is a unique country, whose prime ministers do not go to Brussels. It could appear to some that Lithuania has become a presidential republic,” the professor is quoted by lrt.lt. […]

Eugenijus Gentvilas, Petras Auštrevičius

A difficult period looms on the horizon for the Liberal Movement

On the eve of the political corruption court proceedings, the Liberal Movement‘s leaders are deliberating on how the party should survive the coming especially difficult period, as well as which of their colleagues would dare […]

From the passenger's seat - at the Seimas

A hundred days of Seimas – reflections

Car rent, hidden relations, furs and an expensive designer coat, national costumes, a grand piano in Seimas, opposition to anti-violence against children legislation and an attempt to change the in vitro fertilisation legislation which was […]