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(Title) Conflicts and the high priests … middle Archbishop Hieronymus. The relationships between strains of the Holy Synod bishops adjacent to the archbishop and not in their best spell.

The conflict “starring” the one that Chief Financial Officer Anthony Zambelis and priests as Bishop of Ioannina Theoklitos Minor and Basil. On the other through a heterogeneous coalition, priests like Kavala Procopius, Kaisariani Daniel and Ilia German critics in the handling of those responsible for the finances of the Church.

At the heart of the conflict are two issues. On the one hand, the purchase of a plot of four acres in the area of Vouliagmeni and the other managed by the NGO “Solidarity”. Yesterday I met the Permanent Holy Synod and rushed to provide coverage to members of the Steering Committee of Financial Services Meeting, stating that the sale of land “was adopted in two previous meetings of the composition of the Standing Holy Synod and awaits the decision of Justice, the procedure which trust and make available all existing data. While authorizing the Metropolitan of Ioannina go-if he deems it appropriate – to actions or lawsuits if it considers that hurt the interests of the Church.

As is known, to sell four acres referred to the regular trial judge after proceedings in rem brought by the District Attorney of Athens for the offenses of “inciting infidelity, direct complicity in unbelief and false certification».

On the other hand, is back and is now to employ members of BIL, the NGO “Solidarity”. The NGO was renamed “Love” and came under the control of the financial services of the Holy Synod. The Metropolitan Theoklitos of Ioannina, the position of Chairman of the Steering Committee of Financial Services, in a letter to the Holy Synod criticizes the work of the directors of “Solidarity” and asking for checks. “To operate the company under conditions of crisis and not as now (month-month goes out there and cheers of the Sucker),” writes features.

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