The earlier suspicions were in connection to possible bribery and influence peddling by its former members Eligijus Masiulis and Šarūnas Gustainis for the party’s benefit, however, prosecutors last week stated that the Liberals may have benefited from the abuse of Gintaras Steponavičius who has suspended his party membership.
“Today marks a week since the prosecutor’s signing of a report about updated suspicions, and our lawyer picked it up yesterday,” Eugenijus Gentvilas, acting leader of the Liberal Movement, told BNS on Thursday.
The party’s lawyer Raimundas Jurka told BNS that the Liberal Movement stood suspicions of bribery, influence peddling and abuse.
A draft constitutional amendment to allow Lithuania’s impeached former president, Rolandas Paksas, to run both in parliamentary and presidential elections passed the first reading in the Seimas on Tuesday. […]
LRT.lt sources suggest that Peasant and Greens (LVŽS) negotiations with the Social Democrats (LSDP) are led by former Minister of the Interior Saulius Skvernelis, while the negotiations with the Conservatives (TS-LKD) are led by the […]