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Amendment to Civil Service Law proposes that ex-KGB collaborators should not be considered of impeccable reputation

Dalia Kuodytė
Andriaus Ufarto/BFL nuotr. / Dalia Kuodytė
Šaltinis: BNS

Considering amendments to the Law of Civil Service, the Lithuanian parliament, Seimas, has included a provision stating that a person cannot be considered to be of impeccable reputation if she or he was a member of KGB staff, was on the KGB reserve list, or collaborated with Soviet secret services.

In Tuesday's hearing, 38 MPs were in favor of the proposal by liberal MP and head of the Genocide and Resistance Research Centre of Lithuania, Dalia Kuodytė, 13 were against and 14 abstained. The Seimas is still due to vote on the amendments.

Pursuant to the existing Law on Civil Service, a person who wants to be a civil servant has to fill in a declaration and provide information on his/her compliance with requirements of impeccable reputation. A civil servant who concealed or provided wrong information on his/her compliance with the above-mentioned requirements will be dismissed.

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