Lithuania -Unions ask for law enforcement -January 7, 2013

Representatives of the National Association of Officers' Trade Unions (NPPSS) claim that if law enforcement was strengthened crime and black economy would decrease, therefore the ruling coalition should start implementing reforms with law enforcement. Otherwise, officers promise to start protests at the beginning of Lithuanian Presidency of the European Union. NPPSS says that they are planning meetings with politicians during which they will present their propositions how to resolve issues in law enforcement. They will submit reform-related draft projects.



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