Viktor Uspaskich leader of the Lithuanian Labor Party poses for photographs in his office after second - round of parliamentary elections in Vilnius , Lithuania, Sunday Oct. 28, 2012. Lithuanians voted Sunday in a parliamentary election that could determine whether the small East European nation continues tough austerity measures in an effort to join the eurozone. Two center-left opposition parties — Labor and the Social Democrats — have pledged to form a new coalition government together with another opposition party, promising to end the current government's budget cuts and increase social spending. (AP Photo/Mindaugas Kulbis)

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Viktor Uspaskich leader of the Lithuanian Labor Party poses for photographs in his office after second - round of parliamentary elections  in Vilnius , Lithuania, Sunday Oct. 28, 2012.  Lithuanians voted Sunday in a parliamentary election that could determine whether the small East European nation continues tough austerity measures in an effort to join the eurozone. Two center-left opposition parties — Labor and the Social Democrats — have pledged to form a new coalition government together with another opposition party, promising to end the current government's budget cuts and increase social spending. (AP Photo/Mindaugas Kulbis)
Viktor Uspaskich leader of the Lithuanian Labor Party poses for photographs in his office after second - round of parliamentary elections in Vilnius , Lithuania, Sunday Oct. 28, 2012. Lithuanians voted Sunday in a parliamentary election that could determine whether the small East European nation continues tough austerity measures in an effort to join the eurozone. Two center-left opposition parties — Labor and the Social Democrats — have pledged to form a new coalition government together with another opposition party, promising to end the current government's budget cuts and increase social spending. (AP Photo/Mindaugas Kulbis)
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