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Friday, January 20, 2017

Rashkin suggested to call a triumphal arch in honor of Yermolov in Grozny


State Duma Deputy from the Communist party faction Valery Rashkin has responded to the scandal in St. Petersburg, where a newly built bridge toponymic Commission has decided to name in honor of Akhmad Kadyrov, father of the current head of Chechnya.


photo: Natalia Muslinkina

In your Facebook Rashkin wrote, “representatives of the Chechen Republic to rename any bridge or arch in honor of one of Russian heroes”.

As an example, he cited the arc de Triomphe Grozny the capital of Chechnya. Which, in his opinion, it would be appropriate to name in honor of General Yermolov, so as “to perpetuate the memory of the hero of the Caucasian war”.

Read how Peter made the decision about the bridge.

Recall that, according to the Yermolov, the Chechens were “the most evil of the robbers, known for his phrase “I Want to name my fear guarding our borders stronger chains and fortifications that my word was law for Asians, or rather, inevitable death.

In the comments Rashkin has proposed to call the arch in Grozny in honor of Stalin.

Currently the residents of St. Petersburg are preparing a rally against “Kadyrov bridge”, which will take place on 6 June at 19:00 on the Champ de Mars, and and are already approved by the city administration. The final decision on the name of the bridge must be signed by the Governor Georgy Poltavchenko.

Read the Nevsky prospect became the prospect of Kadyrov.

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