one-on-one (1997) 07/06/1997
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The theme of the debate is to take out and bury or leave the body of Communist leader Vladimir Lenin in the Mausoleum on Red Square, Russia's main attraction.
The issue is examined from various sides: from the ethical, from the moral, from the religious point of view.
Is it necessary to hold a referendum on this issue.
Nina Andreeva tries to indicate who is profitable to raise this issue at all.
In her opinion, the counter-revolution came to power and now the regime of the rule of financial oligarchy is established in Russia.
Many people just want to provoke a situation that would lead to destabilization of the existing balance in society.
Nina Andreeva gives an example of the burial of Academician Pavlov near Vinnitsa, whose body rests in a glass sarcophagus.
Also similar burials in the Kiev-Pechersk Lavra.
Andrei Makarevich, tells how he was at the excavations of ancient Indian settlements in Peru, where the tribal chiefs were also mummified, but their remains were kept in a room closed from people and carried out only on days of ritual holidays.
The following people take part in the discussion:
Eduard Limonov, leader of the National Bolshevik Party.
Gleb Yakunin is a member of the State Duma of the first convocation.
Konstantin Borovoi is a deputy of the State Duma of the Russian Federation, leader of the Party of Economic Freedom.
PersonnelAndreeva Nina - General Secretary of the Central Committee of the CPSU (b).
Makarevich Andrew - the leader of the musical group "Time Machine".