Rebelled senators interpretations in the Crimea textbook sent for examination in wounds

Rebelled senators interpretations in the Crimea textbook sent for examination in wounds

Moscow. January 11. INTERFAX.RU — Ministry of education and science of the Russian Federation was sent back for further examination a textbook on modern Russian history for the tenth grade, which was the claim the speaker of the Federation Council Valentina Matvienko because of the wording on the accession of Crimea to Russia.

This decision was taken at a meeting of the scientific-methodical Council of the Ministry of education textbooks at the end of December, it follows from the minutes of the meeting posted on the Ministry’s website. The meeting was chaired by the Minister of education and science, historian Olga Vasilyeva, 19 people voted in favor, two abstained.

We are talking about the textbook “History of Russia: XX — early XXI century” (authors O. V. Volobuev, Karpachev S. P., Romanov P. N.), issued by publishing house “BUSTARD”. Examination of the textbook will be engaged in the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Protocol, and the results will be presented in the Ministry of education until the end of January.

To the textbook “History of Russia” by Volobueva, Karpachova and Romanova have any questions in the Federation Council. In October 2017 the textbook in his speech at the plenary session referred to the Senator from Crimea Sergey Tsekov, citing a quote from him about the events of spring 2014:

So, the revolution that started in Kiev has become a phenomenon of international politics and on the revolutionary wave splashed floated in the other direction Crimean Peninsula.

Such material flow is the Chairman of the upper house, Matvienko called “provocative” and suggested the Federation Council Committee for education and science”, special study sections of history books dedicated to the annexation of Crimea.”

He Tsekov after the meeting told journalists that he was angered that the events in Ukraine in 2014, in the textbook called “revolution”.

“How the bloody coup in Kiev can be called a revolution, as suggested in this tutorial? I have as a participant in the reunification of the Crimea with Russia, such an assessment is puzzling, not to say indignation,” the Senator said.