Russian communists want to install new Stalin monuments

20 march 2015 | 17:55

A number of Russian cities have already agreed to install new monuments to Soviet tyrant.

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Russia wants install Stalin monuments before May 9.
Russian Communist Party wants to install monuments to Joseph Stalin in 15 Russian cities on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War.

It has been reported by the Polish edition of Rzeczpospolita. If cities do not want to install monuments, they are offered to rename streets in his honor.

Thus, the new monuments can be built in Caspiysk, Makhachkala, Orel, Lipetsk, Nizhny Novgorod, St. Petersburg, Moscow and other cities.

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Local authorities in Yelets, Vladivostok and Tyumen have already agreed to establish new monuments to tyrant of the Soviet era.

In turn, the residents of Krasnoyarsk are against the idea.

The capital of the Russian Federation is also against the proposal, which is explained by "anti-imperialist sentiments" in Moscow.

At the same time, according to the "Levada Center", 52% of Russians have a positive attitude to the Soviet "leader," while 30% consider him a negative character in history.

Source: Rzeczpospolita

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