In the parliamentary elections in Lithuania won the farmers Union and green

In the parliamentary elections in Lithuania won the farmers Union, and green (LVŽS), led by Ramunas Karbauskis, reports Baltic News Service (BNS). According to the Agency, “farmers” won in 36 constituencies in the new Parliament they will get 56 seats.

Second place was taken by the Union of Fatherland — Christian Democrats of Lithuania (TS-LKD), which by the end of the first round of elections with a slight advantage ahead of LVŽS. The Union of the Fatherland in the diet will be 31 representative.

In third place was the head of the current government Social democratic party of Lithuania. The representatives of the party in total 17 mandates.

Another 14 seats in the Sejm received a Liberal movement, eight seats went to the Electoral action of poles in Lithuania and the party “Order and justice”. Two further mandate was received by the labour Party (the labour party), one of the Lithuanian green party, the centre Party and the party “Lithuanian list”.

The Seimas consists of 141 members. The representatives shall be elected for a term of four years in single-member and multi-member districts by secret ballot in direct elections in a mixed system.