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The thin line between state and religion in Russia


January 22 was a historic day in Russia, the day when the thin layer that separates the religious power from the state institution was shattered. Despite the Russian constitution provides the separation between the two powers, the diaphragm is a more and more permeable, leading the country to its roots and to its values as opposed to the West.

January 22 was a historic day in Russia, the day when the thin layer that separates the religious power from the state institution was shattered. Despite the Russian constitution provides the separation between the two powers, the diaphragm is a more and more permeable, leading the country to its roots and to its values as opposed to the West.


 Photo: REUTERS / Sergei Gunyeev / Ria Novosti / Kremlin/Files

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