• August 29, 2012
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Electoral roll has been accepted by EAPL !

© DELFI (K.Čachovskio nuotr.)

Final electoral roll has been chosen by Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania. Roll is going to call 41 candidates from  first pass the post voting.

Electoral roll and program were accepted on Tuesday( 28 th of August A.D). Leader  of EAPL  Mr Waldemar Tomaszewski informed PL DELFI, that there were165 candidates on the electoral list. Since only 141 can only start fom the list, some of the candidates would have to be elected from first pass the post voting. We would like to present the list to the General Election Commission on 3rd of September , I think we would be able to make it public on Friday –  said Mr Tomaszewski.

At the electoral roll of EAPL there are present (except  EAPL) representatives of 30 social organization as well as two political parties: Russian alliance and Lithuanian agrarian party(Lietuvos liaudies partija).There are known first five candidates from the list. First IS Tomaszeski, second Michał Mackiwicz, third Irina Rozowa, fourth Vaidotas Pprunskus and fifth Wanda Krawczook.   Before the first ten will be known, some conversatioan has to be made  but for sure is known the presence  of Jozef Kwiatkowski and Maria Matusewicz and the president of Association of Belarusian language by name of Franiciszek Skoryna- informed Mr Waldemar Tomaszewski.

Candidates likeLeonard Talmont form the district of Vilnius Šalčininkai district, Jaroslaw Narkiewicz of Vilnius – trakai district. And vice director of vilnus dictrict area of vilnus – Širvintos district Mrs Rita Tamašunienė are starting from the first pass the post voting, where EAPL usually wins.

Election fo chamber of duties are on October 14 th A.D.

Source: http://pl.delfi.lt/aktualia/litwa/awpl-zatwierdzila-liste-wyborcza.d?id=59408561

Tłumaczenie Karolina Przybyło w ramach praktyk w Europejskiej Fundacji Praw Człowieka, www.efhr.eu. Translated by Karolina Przybyło within the framework of a traineeship programme of the European Foundation of Human Rights, www.efhr.eu.

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