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Thursday, March 15, 2018

“”Communists of Russia” demand to sue the dead man Khrushchev for “defaming” Stalin”

Activists of the party “Communists of Russia” decided to restore scolded the name of the “Leader of all peoples” and sent to the Prosecutor General of Russia Yuri Chaika requesting to initiate a criminal case against the late General Secretary of the CPSU Nikita Khrushchev. The reason for this was the famous report “On the personality cult and its consequences”.

photo: Mikhail Kovalev

As they say in the message of the CD, the party sent an appeal to Russian Prosecutor General to Institute against the “citizen of Khrushchev and entire group of persons involved with the preparation of this report, the criminal case for libel on the Supreme commander of the armed forces of the USSR and head of the Communist party of the Soviet Union, Stalin…”. Furthermore, CU demands to declare Khrushchev’s report “extremist”.

“It is not excluded that in the preparation of this through slanderous report was attended by representatives of foreign intelligence services, the CIA, from the effects of that monstrous destructive power of the document affected thousands of people — party and Soviet workers, veterans, scouts, writers, scientists”, — said the head of CU Maxim suraykin.

According to the press release, a document inciting social discord in relation to the Soviet leaders of the Stalin era, therefore, the text of the report should be recognized as extremist.

Recall that 60 years ago in the Russian capital kicked off the 20th Congress of the CPSU, where Khrushchev delivered a report “On the cult of personality and its consequences” condemning Stalin’s activities.


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