The Kremlin is not considering the burial of Vladimir Lenin. As reported RIA Novosti, said the press-Secretary of Russian President Dmitry Peskov.
“We know that there are different points of view, a public resonant theme, but nevertheless it is not a topic on the agenda of the Kremlin administration,” he said.
So Sands commented on the words of the head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, who, on 2 November called on to bury the Soviet leader. In his opinion, it would be “reasonable and humane”.
TV presenter Ksenia Sobchak, who declared earlier intention to run for President, October 24, stated that in the event of his victory in a number of prior decisions will have to remove the body of Vladimir Lenin from red square. According to Sobchak, the body of Lenin in the main square of Moscow is “beyond good and evil.”
Journalist and human rights activist Catherine Gordon, who also has presidential ambitions, supports this position. However, in her view, the decision to cremate or bury shall be made by the relatives of Lenin.
As told in early August, Communist party leader Gennady Zyuganov, the head of state Vladimir Putin assured him that Lenin and other Soviet leaders will not be reburied. According to the Communist, the President said: “While I’m sitting here, no barbarism on the red square will not.”
Background: Kadyrov called dignified burials politicians