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Abvakum Monastery case: Not even this week before the Investigating the monks on holiday

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According to information, the Investigative Committee is hampered by the large volume of material

Even this week, the two Archimandrites of the Holy Monastery of St. Avvakum, who are on holiday, are not expected to appear before the Investigative Committee, appointed by the six-member Synodal Court, however, a large number of people from within the Holy Metropolis of Tamasos and from the circle of the Monastery and the two monks on holiday appear on a daily basis before the Investigative Committee for testimony, the KYPE is informed.

According to the information, the two monks on holiday did not appear before the Investigative Committee yesterday either, as expected, since due to the large amount of material that the Investigative Committee has in front of it, it has not yet been possible to call them.

They work day and night in Investigation

As the KYPE is informed by an ecclesiastical source, the procedures carried out by the Investigative Committee are “feverish”, while the members work day and night, in order to successfully draw up a conclusion, which will be presented before the six-member Synodal Court, for a decision.

The same source reported to KYPE that a large number of people from within the Holy Metropolis of Tamasos, as well as from the circle of the two monks and the Holy Monastery of St. Avvakum, appear before the Investigative Committee every day, in order to help in completing the investigation in a credible manner.

As the source noted, the members of the Commission “do not want the process to suffer and have gaps”.

“One reason that the Investigation The Commission has not yet invited the two Archimandrites on holiday because it wants to be completely ready when they come. They are preparing the ground,” he added.

It is noted that when the two Archimandrites on holiday appear and testify before the Commission of Inquiry, the process ends, as long as no new evidence emerges.

In the meantime, as the Cyprus News Agency reported last week the process is not expected to be completed before Easter.

Source: politis.com.cy

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