The international Congress of ‘Europe Christi’ movement took place under the motto ‘Open the door to Christ’ on 19-23 October 2017. Read more
The Victory Day is celebrated in Europe and on other continents on 8th-9th May. It is celebrated on two dates, as the act of capitulation of Germany was signed in Berlin on 8th May after 11pm, which was already 9th May in Moscow. Read more
Another plenary convention of the member organizations of the Council of World Polonia took place on 1st-2nd May in Pułtusk. Poles from 32 countries took part in it. Council of World Polonia unites Polonia organizations and other organizations uniting Poles abroad. It represents 20 million Poles living all around the world. Participants discussed inner matters of the organizations, but they also talked about the relations of Council of World Polonia with Polish authorities. Lots of attentions has been paid to the topic of the defense of good name of Poland and Poles in the world, Polish education abroad, part of Polish communities in the political and social life in their countries of residence. The participants also talked about the preparations to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the regaining of Independence of Poland. Read more
Leaders of the Polish community in Lithuania took part in the 226th anniversary of the adoption of the Constitution of 3rd May in Warsaw. Valdemar Tomaševski, chairman of the Electoral Action of Poles – Christian Families Aliance (EAPL-CFA) and Rita Tamašunienė, chairwoman of EAPL-CFA Seimas faction represented Polish community during the ceremonies. Read more
On Sunday we will celebrate the Resurrection of Christ
The words ‘Christ has risen’ will sound in our churches, chapels and homes.
I sincerely greet you on this largest for Christians occasion.
I wish you success and spiritual renewal. Let your homes be full of love, happiness and prosperity.
Stay healthy, do not lose faith – it brings good and gives hope that truth will triumph.
Christ has risen! Hallelujah!
Leader of the Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania – Christian Families Alliance
Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania – Christian Families Alliance (EAPL-CFA) has more and more sympathizers and supporters. 6.9 percent inhabitants of Lithuania would vote for EAPL-CFA if the elections took place tomorrow. At present, EAPL-CFA is fifth on the list of the most popular parties in the country. A public opinion survey was conducted by ‘Baltijos tyrimai’ poll agency on the request of ELTA news agency on 10th-19th March. According to the survey, the Lithuanian Farmers and Greens Union is still the most popular party among Lithuanians. The party enjoys the support of 30.3 percent of residents. Read more
Due to the recent attacks against the Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania – Christian Families Alliance (EAPL-CFA) by the deputy Laurynas Kaščiūnas, alleged Christian Democrat, and spreading this by some of the media (Delfi, ZW), the Press Office of the EAPL-CFA party states, that EAPL-CFA is a real Christian Democratic party having no links with the former system. Just like the deputy Zbignev Jedinskij, also attacked by L. Kaščiūnas. Read more
Annual conference of the Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania – Christian Families Alliance took place in Vilnius on 20th January 2017. Read more
´Last Sunday we have gained the eighth parliamentary seat. Rita Tamašunienė has won in the Nemenčinė single member constituency. We are the only party which was in power and did not lose its voters,’ said Valdemar Tomaševski, the leader of the Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania – Christian Families Alliance (EAPL-CFA). Last Monday, after the second tour of the parliamentary elections in Lithuania, the BNS agency invited the party leaders, who won the parliamentary seats, to discuss the results of the elections. Read more
The parliamentary elections in Lithuania are over. After the first round of the elections the Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania – Christian Families Alliance (EAPL-CFA) have gained seven seats in the Parliament, five from the national list (about 70 thousand votes or 5,8 percent in the national scale) and two in the single member constituencies. That is more than four years ago in 2012, when there were only six seats. Only one percent was needed in the Nemenčinė constituency to attain the eight seat, where Rita Tamašunienė obtained 49 percent of the votes and will surely win in the second round. Thus the party confirmed the stably high position in the Lithuanian political stage. Read more