Monday, March 14, 2016

The head of the HRC urged to be more careful with ideas to exclude works from the school curriculum – TASS

MOSCOW, March 14. / TASS /. Chairman of the Presidential Council for Civil Society Institutions and Human Rights (HRC), Mikhail Fedotov urged wary of proposals to exclude literary works of the school curriculum. He said Tass, commenting on the appeal of the Patriarchal Commission on Family members, protection of motherhood and childhood Archpriest Artemy Vladimirov exclude works of Anton program Chekhov ( “About Love”), Alexander Kuprin ( “Lilac Bush”) and Ivan Bunin ( “Caucasus” .)

“exclude – so ruled propose to begin with!” Bun “there is a propaganda of vagrancy, and this can lead to tragic results.” – ironically remarked the head of the HRC. “By any proposals to exclude works of literature from the school course must be treated with great caution Otherwise we risk a generation of people deprived of their literature, epics, folklore and general culture.”, – He added

At the meeting of the patriarchal. Commission on the family, the protection of maternity and childhood, its member Archpriest Artemy Vladimirov said that the works “on love” by Anton Chekhov, “lilac bush” Alexander Kuprin and “Caucasus” Ivan Bunin, “sung free love”, the press service Commission. According to the priest, in one case the deceived husband kills himself, in another – breaks the family, in the third – adultery ends in nothing. He called these artistic images “time bomb” for the children.


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