The candidate in presidents of Russia Ksenia Sobchak and head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, has entered correspondence dispute, after the TV presenter visited Grozny and wrote about their impressions. Kadyrov criticized her words about the fact that politicians are afraid to travel to Chechnya. In its new opinion Sobchak compared the actions of Kadyrov and Stalin.
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The head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov in his Telegram said that Ksenia Sobchak came to Grozny with a picket in support of the head of the Chechen “Memorial” Ouba Titieva “only in order to be able to inform the American voters about this great feat.” He also criticized her words about what the politicians are afraid to go to Chechnya and provided a list of those who traveled in the region, including Vladimir Putin, Dmitry Medvedev, Valentina Matvienko and many others. another.
On Friday in his Instagram Sobchak has published an appeal to Kadyrov, in which, responding to the head of Chechnya list, said that meant not these people.
“Federal government Ministers appointed by the Prime Minister or President, to consider policies do not – they are quite officially represent the Executive power, not voters. However, today in Russia, even the deputies and functionaries of the parliamentary parties hardly deserve the title of “politicians”: they are selected not so much people, how much authority,” – said the presidential candidate.
She also noticed that the list of Kadyrov stated a lot of foreign guests.
“Of course, he likes to hit them luxurious techniques and flashy Potemkin village of prosperity. There is nothing new: Stalin also liked to show the foreigners the achievements of socialism, giving the camp for voluntary labor feat of the people,” wrote Sobchak.
Then she explained that meant the opposition that really are afraid to visit Chechnya.
“Chechnya had Yashin of the existing opposition. Even an honest conversation about the Chechen problem can cost lives, as it happened with Boris Nemtsov,” – said Sobchak.
She once recalled that during a visit to Grozny a few young men followed her and shouted to her are not welcome.
“This visit was marred by the misconduct of your guardsmen, and hundreds of thousands of people who have seen these pictures, you can see why in your country I don’t feel in comfort and security,” asked Sobchak to Kadyrov.
She also expressed regret that Kadyrov apologized to her for such behavior of several young people, as it did in their letters, many “ordinary Chechens”.