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Published: 4 september 2012 11:34

Lithuanian conservatives and liberals hope to continue as governing parties

Andrius Kubilius
BFL/Tomo Lukšio nuotr. / Andrius Kubilius

Conservative leader Prime Minister Andrius Kubilius says there's no point in planning a future ruling coalition ahead of the Seimas election but says he hopes the existing ruling parties will continue their work after the election.

"I am of the position that it’s not a very good thing to ponder on various puzzles, various combinations on how it all might look after the election. And on the other hand, I can only say that we, the ruling coalition, the Homeland Union–Lithuanian Christian Democrats and the liberals, plan to take successful participation in the election and continue our work we have done so far," Kubilius told the Lithuanian Radio on Tuesday, asked to comment on the possibility for the conservatives to form a coalition with the social democrats.

The prime minister said decisions on who the current ruling parties might work with would be made after the election.

"If it happens that after the election we and the liberals lack several votes to have a majority, then we'll make decisions," Kubilius said.

The Seimas election is scheduled for 14 October.

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