On 18 January, 2012 Mr. Waldemar Tomaszeski – the Member of Parliament – intervened in a case for the violation of human rights at Lithuanian railways („Lietuvos Geležinkeliai”). In documents directed to the Minister of Culture of the RL and to the Minister of Transportation and Communication of the RL, MP referred to the intervention of European Foundation of Human Rights regarding the imposed sanctions by Lithuanian railways on its employees for not using the national language during conducting duties at work. According to MP, such action of the company discriminates and violates the Constitution of the Republic of Lithuania and the Convention for the Protection of National Minorities which Lithuania ratified in 2002. The Member of Parliament intervened to take measures aimed at the discontinuation of citizens’ discrimination on account of a nationality. He also calls the Lithuanian railways company (“Lietuvos Geležinkeliai”) for cancelling the discriminating ordinances, sanctions and for returning the equivalent for the reduced bonus for remuneration.