August 5, 2014

Romanian Patriarchy: Church disapproves political confrontation for religious reasons
Aug 5, 2014

Romanian Patriarchy: Church disapproves political confrontation for religious reasons.
The Romanian Patriarchy calls on the representatives of the political class in Romania to avoid political confrontation during the electoral debates for the November presidential elections, mentioning that according to the Romanian law, the religious creeds are factors of social peace (Law no. (...)
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