Saeimas Skvernelis, Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis, will seek the Constitutional Court's (CC) conclusions following Seimas's decision to reduce the referendum's partnership by providing more protection to those who now have parts of the Constitution.
"There will be recourse to the Constitutional Court to be able to say whether these amendments are feasible – because the demands that exist today are in the real situation we can not really expect or we need a special concentration to achieve the referendum" Prime Minister told parliament .
Seimas plans to make amendments to the law on the referendum on Tuesday that amendments to the Constitution of the first and the 14th section require more than half of the referendums, but not less than two-fifths of all citizens with voting rights . Currently, the first and fourteenth parts of the Constitution are only replaced by half the will of all citizens.
The leaders of the amendments support the desire to extend the multi-nationality institution. A referendum on citizenship is provided by the amendment to Article 12 of the Constitution, but the supporters of dual citizenship fear that the current demands will not be accepted due to low activity.
S. Skvernelis argued that he would still be "very high" by reducing the bet.
"If anyone doubts in Lithuania that so many people may seem to justify changing our values, something in society is wrong. I think we are strong and even a small reduction in this cartel does not affect the fundamental things that are unified," he said. S. Skvernelis.
Presidential adviser Mindaugas Lingė confirmed on Tuesday that President Adamkus Grybauskaitė had vetoed the law after adopting the ruling leaders' proposal to reduce the referendum cartel.
"More than half of the population voted for the Constitution – this is a requirement. This and its replacement, especially the articles of the first section, should definitely be the smallest majority … It is easy to predict the president will veto, "Dr Grybauskaitė, an internal policy advisor, told the media Tuesday.
It stresses that the first chapter of the Constitution states that the basic issues of language, flag, territory, capital, sovereignty are defined by reducing the number of votes required for these articles, according to Lingė, a a negative precedent and an "uncontrollable risk".
Mr Ramūnas Karbauskis, leader of the Lithuanian agricultural and green union, said Seimas would reject the veto right and refer the Constitutional Court to the conclusion that such a regulation is not in conflict with the country's main law.
"Sheimas has the right to refuse the rejection and I think that will be done and will appeal to the Constitutional Court because maybe the non-Presidency should interpret the Constitution and the Constitutional Court", – said Karpakoukis on Sunday to the journalists of Shimas.
Currently, more than half of citizens with voting rights can change the referendum on the articles of the first and fourteenth parts of the Constitution.
The electoral law in Lithuania has about 2.5 million. citizens: half will be 1.25 million. voters, two-fifths – one million voters.
The proposal to reduce the partnership and the 14th chapter of the Constitution was born after Seimas's adoption in September of the President's veto on the amendments adopted earlier in parliament, which reduced the requirements on the number of votes by changing only Article 12 of the Constitution, which defines citizenship.
It is proposed to reduce the referendum in a referendum on dual citizenship, which should be held on May 12 of the following year and on May 26, when the first and second round of presidential elections are scheduled. Following Seimas' request, the Constitutional Court has begun to investigate whether the referendum with a two-week vote interruption is contrary to the Constitution, so the Seimas resolution on the publication of the referendum has been suspended.
Immigrants after independence on March 11, 1990, at present, with the exception of some exceptions, can not have dual citizenship. Dual citizenship is addressed to the Lithuanian community of the world, but it is afraid that under the current circumstances there will be no referendum – a sufficient number of people will not be able to vote.