Here is a Google-translation of the article’s first paragraphs:
46 members of the Seimas [parliament] voted for the recognition of [by?] the State of Romuva on Tuesday, before 19 were abstained and 18 members abstained.
The project was mostly voted by “peasants” and “policemen”, and abstained – the conservatives and representatives of the Polish election campaign, the votes of the liberals and social democrats on both sides.
There is still one vote on the adoption of the resolution.
MEPs who voted to vote on the project stressed the role of Romuva in Soviet times, the freedom of people to confess their beliefs, argued before the speech that worldview cannot be recognized as a religion.
“I am thrilled to vote for freedom. We often talk about freedom in this room, but in some cases we do something different. Leave people free to decide for themselves, especially since the community Romuva has proven to the public for almost 30 years that it is completely harmless and, on the contrary, nurtures ethnic traditions, ”said peasant Robert Sharknick.
UPDATE: The final vote did go well. See comments for more information.