The ruling conservatives have won 26% of the vote in the elections for the European Parliament, according to an exit poll. This gives them 4 seats in the parliament out of a total of 12 for Lithuania.
The Social Democrats came second with 18.99%, giving them 3 seats.
Coming third, (TT) Order and Justice won 12.55%, giving them 2 seats.
Voter turnout was towards the bottom of the league table at only 20.57%.
Latvia opposition triumphs
Latvia’s main Russian speaking party made gains in the EU elections.
Opposition wins in Estonia
The centre-right made gains in the EU elections in Estonia.
The liberal Reform Party of prime minister Andrus Ansip won 6 seats. The other coalition party Pro Patria also made gains. The social democrats only won one seat.
Baltics : centre-right gains in Lithuania