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Maxim Kononenko: the law on lustration is associated with complexes of Georgia2011-05-25 13:48
A famous Russian expert Maxim Kononenko said that the decision of the Georgian Parliament to adopt a law on lustration of former members of the Communist Party and Young Communist League is a sign of complexes of republic's authorities.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As Kononenko underlined, documents such as the «Charter of Freedom», within which the law on lustration was adopted are tipical primarily for «a notorious post-Soviet countries, wich equalize communism and fascism». «And nobody is not going to destroy cities, facilities of transport and energy infrastructure, built during damned communism» - VZGLYAD quotes the words of Kononenko.
He also paid attention to the fact that lustration was carried out in many countries of the socialist camp immediately after the fall of Soviet-controlled regimes. «Georgia is going to do it 20 years after regime change. Even if a man who held senior positions in the CPSU was 45 years old when the USSR fall, now he is 65. This is the retirement age, and such a person will not work in senior positions in our time in any case» - he said.