Under the Constitution of Lithuania adopted in 1992, the president is elected to a five-year term under a modified two-round system: a candidate requires an absolute majority of the vote and either voter turnout to be above 50% or for their vote share to be equivalent to at least one-third of the number of registered voters to win the election in the first round.
The name of Lithuania (Litua) was first mentioned in 1009 in Annals of Quedlinburg.Some older etymological theories relate the name to a small river not far from Kernavė, the core area of the early Lithuanian state and a possible first capital of the would-be Grand Duchy of Lithuania, is usually credited as the source of the name.
According to the 2021 census, the predominant religion in Lithuania is Christianity, with the largest confession being that of the Catholic Church (about 74% of the population). There are smaller groups of Orthodox Christians, Evangelical Lutherans , members of Reformed churches, other Protestants , Jews and Muslims as well as people of other religions.
Lithuania national basketball team may refer to: Lithuania men's national basketball team; Lithuania women's national basketball team; Lithuania men's national under-20 basketball team; Lithuania men's national under-18 and under-19 basketball team; Lithuania men's national under-16 and under-17 basketball team
Lituania, oficialmente la República de Lituania (en lituano, Lietuvos Respublika), es uno de los veintisiete estados soberanos que forman la Unión Europea, constituido como un Estado social y democrático de derecho, cuya forma de gobierno es la república parlamentaria.
Futsal – is Lithuania's new sport as it has hosted the 2021 FIFA Futsal World Cup. This was the first time that Lithuania has ever participated in a FIFA event. Ice hockey – one town, Elektrėnai, is known for ice hockey. For a long time, Elektrėnai was the only town with a large, well-equipped skating rink in Lithuania.
She most probably accompanied her husband to Lithuania, according to Oscar Halecki, because she was far from Kraków till the end of August. On 4 August, Władysław-Jogaila's cousin, Vytautas, who had earlier fled from Lithuania to the Teutonic Knights, paid homage to Władysław-Jogaila near Lida in Lithuania on 4 August.