Accessing the site via a library or a company subscription? There's no need to register but you may need to contact your institution to obtain login details. Dismiss this message by clicking "X Close" button.
17 October 2000 VILNIUS–Throughout the 1990s, Lithuania was one of the exceptions to the rule of political instability in Central and Eastern Europe. Its parliament was dominated either by the left-wing former communist Democratic Labor Party (LDDP), or the right-wing Conservative Party. That changed on 8 October, in the Baltic state’s third parliamentary elections since […]