Inga Žalėnienė and Danguolė Grigolovičienė
Simona Potelienė and Zita Tamašauskienė
Edita Gruodytė and Aurelija Adomaitytė
1 The research for this article has been made possible by a grant by the Research Council of Lithuania (No. MIP-020/2012).
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administrative jurisdiction without the possibility of appeal. T here are currently Councils of State with functions of administrative jurisdiction: France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Italy and Greece; cf. the judicial system of administrative jurisdiction with a specific supreme court in the following countries: Germany, Austria, Portugal, Luxemburg, Sweden, Finland, Czech Republic, Poland, Lithuania; there is a judicial system of administrative jurisdiction equipped with a supreme court with common administrative and civil jurisdiction in Spain, Switzerland, Slovenia, Hungary
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was now at work on a large project on a main boulevard. He talked about how he felt life was better under communism – more equality, more work, but it was not perfect, and it was not the same everywhere. Certainly, life was not so great under Ceausescu, when everyone was afraid. He was young when the tyrant was overthrown, and he remembered innocent people – children, dying in the streets. He talked about how under Gorbachev, things began changing. Russia took over Lithuania, Estonia, etc. and became this huge block, but they were resisted by this little country