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Roger Kiska speaks about 'anti-church' bills being considered in Ukraine

Speaking to Russia Today, Roger talks about the 'anti-church' bills being considered in Ukraine.

He says: "If we look to the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights it says that one of the reasons religion is to be protected is because it makes up the identity of the individual believer...

"So if we tell someone that they cannot go to the church that they choose, or follow the church leadership that they want, that's a pretty blatant violation of the law."

19/05/2017
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