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MRUSA Presidential Candidates: motivation and activity guidelines

On 13 March at 23:59, the registration of candidates for the Presidents, the Board and Control Commission of the Mykolas Romeris University Students' Representative body (MRUSA) closed. Three candidates, Dovydas Vanagas, Karina Tamašauskaitė and Edvin Ščukin, have expressed their willingness to lead MRUSA.

About the candidates:

Dovydas Vanagas – Second year full-time student of Psychology at the Faculty of Human and Social Studies, Chairman of the Social and Academic Affairs Committee. Member of the Senate of Mykolas Romeris University.

"There is a lot of fear, but the one thing I will take away from the mission and what makes me calm down is the family, the SA family. You will never be left in the dark, if you don't know what to do, they will tell you and show you how to do it, that's why I want to run for president because I want to support this kind of representation and to help it thrive and to make the students at our university feel like themselves, to not be afraid of the problems and to make those problems even less. When I think about the problems in our university, I wonder if we can really make a difference, but there is a difference between want and need. Who will make those problems less if not me?" - the candidate says in his motivation letter.

Karina Tamašauskaitė – Second year full-time law and international relations student at the School of Law, Chair of the Public Relations Committee.

"I said as a child that I wanted to be President, but I never defined the field. Now, I can say with certainty that I want to be President of MRUSA and I understand all the responsibilities that await me. I feel responsible for all students and I want everyone's voice to be heard and listened to, I believe that international students should have the same rights in representation as Lithuanian students." - The candidate says in her motivation letter.

Edvin Ščukin – Second year full-time student of Psychology at the Faculty of Human and Social Studies.

"I don't promise to know the answer to every question, but I do promise to do everything in my power to find that answer for you, so that I and my team can make the right decisions and continue to act to make your voice heard!" - the candidate points out in his motivation letter.

Anyone wishing to get to know the candidates and ask them questions will be able to do so in a public discussion on 16 March at 6PM in the auditory I-414. This debate will also be broadcasted live in the MRUSA „Facebook“ page.


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