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Russian Orthodox Church suggests creating peoples patrol
21.11.2008 15:05
Russian Orthodox Church suggests creating peoples patrol
The leader of "Nashi" Orthodox division Boris Yakemenko and Hegumen Sergiy

Russian Orthodox representatives think new peoples patrols consisting of believers should be organized to help the police in maintaining order in the streets. However, some members of patrols may come from the pro-governmental Orthodox division of youth movement Nashi, created about a year ago.
      The opponents of this initiative presume Nashi youth movement wants to interpose the authority of the Russian church to recruit Orthodox young folks and enlist support of a powerful institution.


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