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Tens of prominent public figures on Thursday called on Lithuania's leaders and heads of parliamentary political parties not to back a proposal to cut the number of seats in the Seimas from 141 to 101, saying that the move, if approved, will lead to worse representation of voters' interests.
The Seimas Hall
The Seimas Hall
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