Savin Dmitry

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  • № 4, 2003

  • № 3, 2000

    • Succession of Russia and the Problem of Restitution

      The author supports the political movement which strives to restore Russia as a state with one thousand years of history, and he believes that not only the October Revolution but the February Revolution as well was fatal for Russia. Nevertheless, he is convinced that Russia does not need a mechanical restoration but the revival under the reestablishment of its historical succession. He proves that the substantial element of this revival is restitution, however, warning against extreme positions on this issue. He thinks that direct property confiscation would look like an attempt to delete 80 years of national history and making individual people responsible for the deeds of the whole nation, and could give room to new injustice while trying to eliminate the old one. That is why he thinks that during the restitution process the rights and the interests of the owners of the property liable for the restitution should be protected.

      DOI: 10.30570/2078-5089-2000-17-3-93-101

      Pages: 93-101