In recent months, Seimas, theLithuanian parliament, has beenoccupied with highly sensitive,moral dilemmas. An attemptto win over a predominantlyRoman Catholic electorate in theupcoming elections, has resultedin a very traditional “family”concept plan and a prospectiveabortion ban.A man with a megaphone and a giantLithuanian flag is marching through themain streets of Vilnius chanting: “Create afamily, protect Lithuania!” “Our homelandis in danger!” “Lithuania without a strongfamily means Lithuania without a future!”Trailing behind him is a silent, humblew...
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