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 […]

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