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Tuesday, March 13, 2018

A memorial plaque to Boris Nemtsov mounted on four Moscow locations

Four of a memorial plaque to Boris Nemtsov appeared in four Moscow locations associated with the life and death policy.

photo: Gennady Cherkasov

About installing the boards, said one of the members of the Committee of protest actions, the chief editor of “Daily journal” Alexander Ryklin. According to him, this was the fulfilling the promise Committee.

We will remind that the Moscow authorities after the murder of Boris Nemtsov in February 2015 refused to perpetuate his memory. The city Council found that for a number of reasons: for example, according to MPs in the capital are not made to perpetuate the memory of dead people on the ground of their murders.

The source of “Interfax” in the government of Moscow stated that in society there is no consensus about Nemtsov, in connection with which the installation of a memorial plaque is seems impossible.

However, the murder of policy Big Moskvoretsky bridge — first day there arose a spontaneous memorial, which, despite the conflicts activists with the staff of “Gormost” and the police, continues to exist to this day.

Also there is a proposal to rename the Bolshoy Moskvoretsky “the German bridge”, which, however, also not yet found any official support.

We will remind that earlier in St. Petersburg, the bridge over the Duderhof canal was named after the father of the current head of Chechnya – Akhmad Kadyrov, which led to public outrage, however, did not change the position of the authorities.

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