The interim commission led by Agnė Širinskienė, peasant agnė Širinskienė, who was unable to investigate the alleged unlawful influence, did not receive the data requested from other national publisher Vytauto Bako, the National Security and Defense Committee (NSGK).
"We received a response from the NLGC that they could not even provide a list of the documents they had, in their opinion it is the secret of the state, even if we just asked for numbers, dates and names", – said A. Širinskienė on Wednesday in Seimas to journalists.
She doubted whether the NSGK Statement of Understanding is reasonable and is expected to receive information from the State Security Department (SSD).
"In the Commission we talked that the law does not state the secret of the state that the date or document number (will be classified – BNS)," said A. Širinskienė.
The Commission, led by A. Širinskien, turned to the NSGK on 29 October and stated that "the parliamentary inquiry has triggered a parliamentary inquiry into the need for access to all public, non-public and classified information provided by the National Security and Defense Committee."
They asked for a list of all non-public and secret inquiries from the different institutions requested by the departments, giving the names of the sending authorities, the dates of the documents, the registration numbers, the names of the documents and the confidentiality label as soon as possible.
On Wednesday, the NSGK decided not to provide any information to A. Širinskienė.
"For speculation it is necessary to prevent the work of special services and to implement them in our committee," said conservative Arvydas Anusauskas.
According to him, it is clear that the new study is aimed at mastering political opponents.
Almost all members of the NSGK, including President V. Bakas, voted for submission to the Interim Audit Commission.
Earlier in his social network Facebook account, A. Shirinskiene called the investigation an unprecedented campaign to interfere with intelligence and law enforcement.
"For this information we will refer to the SSD and to the list we should receive from the NSGK, we would think we would receive the Department of Security," said A. Širinskienė Wednesday.
In the past, the SSD and the Special Investigation Service (STT) were also contacted by a commission led by the Information Commission. No material has yet been received from one institution.
"There is no letter from STT because there are no deadlines The situation in the VSD is that the Seimas Ombudsman, now receiving a complaint from R. Kurlianskis (former Vice President of MG Baltic), is investigating whether the documents were lawfully filed with the NSGK While the investigation is in progress, we can not provide SSDs because there is now a Seimas Ombudsman, "said A. Širinskienė.
The Director of the Commission stated that he had not yet been able to say whether it was a violent investigation under his leadership. According to politicians, it will depend on the length of Ombudsman Seimas and whether Parliament will extend investigations until 2018.
"If there really is such an investigation period that will hinder work, the commission will decide and ask for an extension of the investigation period," said A. Širinskienė.
On Wednesday, members of the Temporary Investigation Commission learned to work with classified information.
At the end of September, the Seimas set up a commission to explain the allegedly unlawful influence of candidates or their groups, the impact of the electoral process, the formation of coalitions, the work of parliamentary groups, individual politicians, activities and funding of political parties and public movements, legislative processes, state enterprises, supervisory authorities.
It is also proposed to find out what information was provided by the law enforcement and intelligence services to the competent authorities as they were answered.
A. Širinskienė proposes to extend investigations from 2008 to 2018, including the Conservative referral of the Constitutional Court (CC) on pension funds, and to add possible unlawful influence to the main ethics board.
Researchers should submit their findings by 1 May of the following year. The presidential campaign for the European Parliament will take place at the time.
Seven of the 12 members of the commission are peers. Two members of the social service, one "trustee", a liberal, and a representative of the Lithuanian electoral campaign – the Christian Alliance of Families – were also appointed to their members.
Conservatives and Social Democrats refused to attend the commission.
A new study was initiated by Ramūnas Karbauskis, President of the Lithuanian Peasantry and Green Union. According to him, previous NSGK studies have in essence shown that it is necessary to continue for the same reasons.
Early in June, Parliament approved the conclusions of the NSGK parliamentary investigation. They threaten the functioning of the Russian energy company "Rosatom" and the Lithuanian concern "MG Baltic" as state system and national security.
Peasant's leader: V. Beck's behavior – incomprehensible
Ramūnas Karbauskis, the leader of the ruling peasantry, says he is not familiar with the behavior of Seimas Vytautas Bakas, Chairman of the National Security and Defense Committee, but the politician will remain in the group.
This was how he spoke when the National Security and Defense Committee (NSGK), led by Mr Bacs, refused to provide any unlawful information to the peasant Agnė Širinskienė's politically-minded agenda.
"I did not understand his position, I read his publications, his statement, and I was surprised by my colleagues from the group," said R. Karbauskis, a journalist after a group meeting.
Still, he added that "we will never leave anything behind the group's different views".
The A. Širinskienė Committee has asked to provide a list of all non-public and secret questions from different institutions requested by the departments, with the names of the submitting authorities, the dates of the documents, the registration numbers, the names of the documents and the confidentiality.
According to the peasant leader of the NSGK, Mr Baca refused to provide this information that the MP disagreed with the investigation himself.
In the summer, Seimas approved the conclusions of the study on business policy conducted by V. Bak, and the peasant did not approve of a new study.
R. Karbauskis argued that despite the opinion Bako should not decide which committee is suitable for research and which is not.
"Together, this commission has all the rights and doubts about the rights of this commission to question the decision of the Seimas," said the peasant leader.
Mr Karbauskis also argued that he agreed with Bach's position that in the future, the question could be asked whether Arturas Skardis, a member of the parliamentary committee, should contact the committee's control committee with another member of the Seimas.
According to politics, such a decision would "benefit the commission itself", but stressed that Mr Skardžius was not accused of anyone and had permission to work with classified information.
The President of the Lithuanian Peasant and Green Union also promised that Seimas will accept the amendments proposed by the Backstreet Commission.
"I can swear my honor if it is necessary for laws to be in the Sejm. If the government does not do it, we will do it", – said R. Karbauskis.
According to A. Širinskienė, the NSGK's decision not to send data may somehow slow down the work of its commission.
However, the Commission promises to receive the necessary data from the state security department.
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