The newly independent Lithuania wanted to rewrite the rules of authority to make the government more responsible to the people – but so far, the local governments are not faring much better than during the Soviet era by SAULIUS GIRNIUS A STRUGGLE FOR POWER between Lithuania’s central and local governments has grown more heated in […]

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