Politinių partijų teisinio statuso raidos antroji pakopa.
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In 1935 published reasoning of M. Romeris, the founder of Lithuanian constitutional law science, as to the significance of jurisprudence research of political parties has not been paid the adequate attention until now. At present a notably favourable situation has emerged to effectively exclude this gap. The legislation of Seimas in 2004 allows to speak about the "second generation" of the legal status of political parties in a view that the regulation of financing of political parties and its control was codified and essentially improved (in the shape of mini-code ’’The Law on Financing of Political Parties and Political Campaigns and Control of Financing"), also a new wording of the Law on Political Parties was approved, which, unfortunately, reduced the amount of rules of public law specifically addressed to political parties and directed more at the provisions of the Civil Code. [...]
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