The Kremlin urged to take “adequately” to the installation of memorial plaques to Stalin in MSLA

The Kremlin urged to take “adequately” to the installation of memorial plaques to Stalin in MSLA

Moscow. June 28. INTERFAX.RU Press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov has suggested that the controversial periods of Russian history, associated for example with the activity of Joseph Stalin, should be perceived adequately, including with the installation of memorial signs.

The HSE refused to cooperate with MSLA for memorial plaques to Stalin

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So Sands commented on the installation in the Moscow state law Academy (mgua) named after Kutafin memorial plaque to Joseph Stalin.

Here is the official position can not be. The President has repeatedly said that it is part of our history that we have gone through our country.Dmitry Pescovitz Secretary of the President of the Russian Federation

“The story here should be seen as adequately”, — said the press Secretary of the President.

As previously reported, in the MSLA were hanged commemorative plaque of the speech in 1924, Joseph Stalin. Its installation has caused ambiguous reaction of the public, including students and faculty both in law University and in other universities of the capital. So, the staff of the Department of constitutional and administrative law at the Higher school of Economics (HSE) announced a boycott of scientific events MSLA because there are installed memorial plaques to Stalin.

Meanwhile, on the online platform there was a petition with a demand to dismantle a commemorative plaque on the speech of Stalin. “We are deeply concerned about the rehabilitation of the “Stalin regime” in Russia in General and on this case law in particular, — said the authors of the petition. — We believe that perpetuating the name of one of the bloodiest criminals in the history, widely condemned in a civilized society, is categorically unacceptable.”