The party of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation is going to set up a dozen monuments to Joseph Stalin in various regions of the country by May 9.
This was reported to the press by the head of the legal service of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation Vadim Solovyov. The initiative, he said, will be put into practice in order to "pay tribute to the contribution of the Supreme Commander and Generalissimo Comrade Stalin to the Victory." According to Solovyov, the question of installing monuments to the communist leader has actually already been resolved in North Ossetia, Yakutia, the Lipetsk region and a number of other regions of Russia.
It should be added that in February the then head of the department of culture of the government of Moscow, Sergei Kapkov, said that there would be no monuments to Stalin in Moscow.