1 December 1999 PRAGUE-Lithuania marked the ten-year anniversary of the fall of communism with a hotly contested new lustration law, passed in the Seimas (parliament) on 23 November by a 57-6 vote, and supported mainly by the ruling Conservative Party. The opposition-particularly the Lithuanian Democratic Labor Party (LDLP), the former Communist Party-vigorously objects to the […]

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