by Mel Huang Following the 19 March local elections in Lithuania, political analysts and politicians alike focused their attention on the leftward shift in popular support and the spectacular success of the centre-left New Alliance (Social Liberals). However, with the election of radical campaigner Vytautas Šustauskas as mayor of second city Kaunas on 13 April, […]

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