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VILNIUS (Reuters) - Lithuania’s main centre-right opposition Homeland Union party said it won the general election and will begin forming a new government with two smaller liberal parties, which together have a majority vote in the 141-seat parliament. FILE PHOTO: Prime Minister and presidential candidate Saulius Skvernelis speaks to media during the first round of Lithuanian presidential election in Vilnius, Lithuania May 12, 2019. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins. “At this moment it seems, that we will have a bit more than half votes in the parliament”, said Ingrida Simonyte, who would lead the government, told reporters. Homeland Union, with roots in the 1980s anti-Soviet independence movement, won... Full story

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