List/Grid Monthly Archives: March 2013

The Prime Minister managed to work out mechanisms for taking common decisions: Experts assess the 100 days of the new Government

On one hand, the vision of energy policy, on the other, the lack of specific proposals to combat unemployment – thus political scientists assess the first 100 days of the… Read more »

To Whom Do Lithuanians Owe Klaipeda?

Located in a Russian enclave between Lithuania and Poland, Kaliningrad looks nothing like the old hanseatic Korolevets [Königsberg] which once was a rich port at the Baltic Sea. Soviet architecture… Read more »

The first 100 days of government Butkevičius

Yesterday the new government, which also contributed with the Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania, had his first prom. So there was a mutual adoration of the coalition partners, and… Read more »

Tomaszewski: In Lithuania there are two concepts of religion

Within 100 days of the new government made ​​a lot of work, especially positively appreciate the work in the field of energy, as well as progress in the reform of… Read more »

Last name in Polish only after marrying a Pole?

A new bill on national minorities will be discussed by the Parliament of Lithuania in May. Meanwhile, the President of the State Commission of the Lithuanian Language, Daiva Vaišnienė, stated… Read more »

More money for scientific research in Poland

During the last five years, financial resources for scientific research in Poland have doubled. In 2007, PLN 3.8 billion was spent on science, whereas in 2012 – the sum amounted… Read more »

Lithuanian responses to Radosław Sikorski’s policy statement

The policy statement by Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs, Radosław Sikorski, delivered on 20th March in the Sejm of the Republic of Poland, in which, among other things, the question… Read more »

Vaišnienė: The original spelling of surnames exclusively for women getting married

The people who entered into marriage with a foreigner and their children should be entitled to the original spelling of surnames in documents, stated Daiva Vaišnienė, the Chairperson of the… Read more »

Euro in Lithuania – when and what for

When another and another country from the eurozone finds itself on the verge of bankruptcy, Lithuanian government still wants to adopt euro as the common currency.   On Wednesday, prime… Read more »

Samsel: Donors

I considered for a long time whether to write this text. Because the case is extraordinarily sensitive. The issue concerns an aid in kind to Poles living in Lithuania. For… Read more »

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