The standardised Lithuanian language examination still causes negative emotions on various sides. The ruling coalition, which brought slight concessions to the exam, has become an object of attacks of the
In a recent interview, Professor Fernand de Varennes, a world-renowned expert on human rights, recognized the demands where the EAPL raises by years, namely: 1. Lithuania should fulfill their international
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