Government also finds itself at odds with Church of Greece

PoliticsGreek Politics

The Greek government has found itself in an unexpected war of words with the Church of Greece over changes to religion classes in schools.

Education Minister Nikos Fylis wants to transform the lessons so they are closer to religious studies classes rather than the rote learning of Christian Orthodoxy and its traditions. This has upset the Church of Greece, which is trying to block the refo...

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