Zyuganov did not apologize to Kadyrov for the words of Lenin
MOSCOW, November 6 — RIA Novosti. Communist party leader Gennady Zyuganov urged to respect the will of citizens who have decided to bury the body of Soviet state founder Vladimir Lenin on red square. So Zyuganov commented on the statement of the head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov that he should apologize for the words in the dispute about the burial of Lenin.
Communist party leader said that he many years he worked in the Caucasus and loves the region.
“In the Caucasus, the graves of old men and ancestors are the Supreme value, and there has always preserved the best traditions. Our fathers and grandfathers made the decision about the burial of Lenin in the highest body, the Congress. It is the will of our citizens, which was confirmed in virtually all constituent entities of Russia. We need to respect that,” said Zyuganov RIA Novosti.
The MP noted that Lenin was buried according to the canons of Orthodox culture, “he lies two meters below ground level, it is buried and protected by the state”.
Earlier, the leader of the Communist party stated that “chatter about the reburial under a has nothing, except trying to push on the red square generation and to organize mass riot”. Zyuganov added that he will give “these intrigues take place”. After that, the head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov said that Zyuganov does not hear the arguments of the younger generation and noted that the Deputy should apologise to the people whose opinion on this issue he called “chatter”.
The issue of burial of Lenin is discussed in Russian society for many years. Another round of discussion occurred in the 2017 centennial anniversary of the October revolution.
In particular, Ksenia Sobchak, who is going to run for President, has offered to hold the issue of the referendum. For the burial of Lenin was made by the Deputy Natalia Poklonskaya and journalist Catherine Gordon. A proposal was made and to make the mausoleum Museum by analogy with the Palace of the Invalides in Paris, where the tomb of Napoleon.