The graft case involving eight judges is the greatest blow to Lithuanian judges and courts since independence was recovered. It is correctly emphasised that we should not rush to conclusions and that currently the suspects only stand accused and their guilt has not been proven. […]
On Saturday, MEP and impeached from the office of president Rolandas Paksas announced that his is departing the Order and Justice party that he founded. But he is not leaving politics. He is creating a […]
A new party has appeared in Lithuania – politicians, who broke away from the Social Democrats, together with a number of former Labour Party members have founded the united Lithuanian Social Democratic Labour (LSDD) Party. […]
A pre-trial investigation in which Rita Aliukonienė, head of the First Division of Criminal Prosecution at the Vilnius Regional Prosecutor’s Office, is suspected of influence peddling is related to the hearing of the Lithuanian Labour Party‘s case by the Supreme Court, officials at the Prosecutor General’s Office said on Thursday […]
Lithuanian courts are in lead of the European Union (EU) in terms of publishing rulings, use of electronic technologies, transparency of case distribution, accessibility of general information on courts, time-frames of hearings and methods of media communication, says Renatas Norkus, the chairman of the Supreme Court. […]
Vilnius Regional Administrative Court has rejected Forum Cinema’s appeal against a ruling by the Competition Council that it had unfairly ruled that the company should be fined €1.4 million for participating in cartel-like behaviour.