Ethics and etiquette

Article published on Aug. 18, 2009
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Article published on Aug. 18, 2009
Delfi reports that a Member of the Parliament, Arminas Lydeka from the Liberals, has violated architectural heritage preservation laws. In a prestigious part of the old town, he decided to build additional flats to his property, which damaged the old building. The Old Town of Vilnius is a UNESCO world heritage site. However, some of its inhabitants practically have impunity.
This is not Lydeka's house, but a similar idea. You take an old house and mess it up by adding new flats.

Lydeka made a career as an expert in etiquette. He has published books, taught and consulted people on that matter. Etiquette does not lead to ethics, though.