One crisis after another keeps falling on the shoulders of those in power. Some politicians are watching them and not expressing their opinion in public, while others are criticising or even raising the question of […]
The working group on the review of tax benefits, set up by the Ministry of Finance, has already received over 200 proposals from experts, business and the public on what needs a transformation in the […]
For whom and what does the new Lithuania’s government programme promise? Across the 118 pages long programme, anyone could find accents of relevance to themselves – optimists can celebrate every page, while pessimists, as the […]
Former President D. Grybauskaitė demanded English language skills from minister candidates, just no one knows based on what scale – up to five or ten points. By the way, the current minister of national defence […]
The government coalition of the Lithuanian Farmers and Greens Union (LFGU) and the Lithuanian Social Democratic Party (LSDP) continues its work and will seek to make their cooperation smoother, Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis said after a meeting of the two parties’ coordinating council on Monday evening. […]
Lithuania’s current government coalition of the Lithuanian Farmers and Greens Union (LFGU) and the Lithuanian Social Democratic Party (LSDP) is not functioning properly, the leader of the conservative Homeland Union–Lithuanian Christian Democrats said on Monday, adding that Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis can expect the opposition’s support to pass key reforms through the parliament. […]
The new government has been making minor mistakes and has been observed to try and rush things, however it is also perfectly capable of listening to criticism, President Dalia Grybauskaitė told LRT Television in an interview. According to her, the newly elected government has enough strength to adjust and listen to how the people of Lithuania react. […]
The Lithuanian Government on Monday withheld support for proposals to raise the minimum legal age for purchasing alcoholic drinks to 20 years from the current 18 years and to allow selling alcoholic beverages only in specialised stores.
Lithuania’s Government has endorsed a plan to implement recommendations made by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).