Deputies of the National Assembly of Ingushetia on first reading unanimously passed a law prohibiting the territory of the Republic to perpetuate the memory of Secretary General of the CPSU Central Committee Joseph Stalin. About it reports a press-service of the regional Parliament, reports “Interfax”.
The draft law was adopted in the eve of the 73 anniversary of the deportation of the Ingush people.
“The draft law envisages a ban on the commemoration of Joseph Stalin, who was subjected to mass repression of entire peoples, including the Ingush people”, – have informed in a press-service.
The spokesman stated that we are talking about a ban on the installation of the busts and monuments, “the chief organizer of repression,” and the appropriation of his name to the settlements, streets.
Also prohibits public justification of Stalin, the placement of his image in public areas and administrative offices with the aim of exaltation of his personality.
In January 2016, it was reported that the head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov cursed Stalin on his page on instagram for the deportation of the Chechens in 1944.