Irkutsk, the court refused to consider the claim about demolition of a monument to Kolchak

In Irkutsk regional court refused to accept the claim from the lawyer Oleg Fedorov, seeking the demolition of the monument to Admiral Alexander Kolchak, reported “Interfax” in the institution.

“From the statement it does not follow that violated or otherwise affecting the rights, freedoms and legitimate interests of the administrative plaintiff” — said in court.

Fedorov is going to appeal this decision to a higher court.

The lawyer filed a lawsuit on July 17. The basis for the demolition of the monument he believes that Kolchak is a war criminal, not subject to rehabilitation. The monument to Admiral in 2004, stands near Znamensky monastery, near the alleged place of his execution. The monument was built at the initiative of local businessmen.

5 of July of this year by a court decision dismantled a memorial plaque Kolchak from the house to a Large entrance Zelenina street in St. Petersburg. It was moved to the Museum of urban sculpture. The judgment noted that the Board had hung up without taking into account the information about the Admiral committed mass repression.

Admiral Alexander Kolchak — a military and political leader, scientist, oceanographer, polar Explorer and naval commander of the last century. In the story he entered as one of the leaders of the white movement during the Russian Civil war 1917-1924 years. From November 1918 to January 1920 bore the title of Supreme ruler of Russia and Supreme Commander of the Russian army. In this capacity, was supported by the Entente countries. In the beginning of 1920, came into the hands of the Bolsheviks and was shot by the decision Irkutsk military-revolutionary Committee.