Public sector employees are driven to Kiev to the “pro-Tomos” rally
In social networks, employees of public institutions were reported "to have been offered" "to support the Tomos" in Kiev on Saturday.
On December 15, a “Unification Council” takes place in Kiev, at which they are to announce the creation of a new “independent” ecclesiastic structure and elect its primate. Public sector employees are “invited” to support the "council" and the arrival of Tomos on autocephaly.
For instance, according to the information of journalist Alexander Dubinsky, heads of regional administrations, who are “driving” state sector workers to Kiev, have personally expressed their concern about the manifestation of mass support for the Tomos.
“The meeting will be on Saturday. By 7 am, they are due to be in Kiev and rejoice at the Tomos," says a statement received by the journalist.
“State employees are going to rejoice about the church. At the request of the presidential administration. What is it? USSR?” wrote Dubinsky on his Facebook page.
In the public chat “SOS to Parents”, user Alena Parfenova posted a screenshot with “temnyk”, which, according to her, is sent to school directors.
“How much more will this ‘Soviet Union mentality’ affect education workers? You know what it is – it is sent to school principals – "temnyk for tomorrow," so the teachers are supposed go to St. Sofia Square to support the Tomos tomorrow... speechless. There is no longer any belief that people can come tomorrow by their own will, that this event is important, that without any “order from the top” people will come at the call of their hearts,” Alina wrote.
“A bus from the district administration is taking us to Kiev. Voluntarily so to say," Vitaliya Mazur said in her comments .
"ThomAs. And these people teach our children!” complained user Olena Derevska.
“Tell me, who can say that this is not a provocation by the Moscow Patriarchate?” Who??" wrote Irina Ladyka and demanded to remove the post: "Kicking up a fuss about such a serious thing."
Recall that yesterday, at the walls of the Verkhovna Rada, believers gathered for a prayer action to protest against the government’s interference in the internal affairs of the Church.