Greek government probing financial dealings of Orthodox Church
August 25, 2010
Serious questions about real-estate sales and tax benefits are adding tension to the complicated relationship between the Greek Orthodox Church and the country’s civil government. Law-enforcement officials are investigating the sale of Church-owned properties and the allocation of tax benefits.
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