In the Kremlin appreciated the position of constitutional court judges in the USSR

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Press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov called the dissenting opinion of one of judges of the constitutional court of the USSR.

“There is this practice of publications of this opinion. In this case we leave it without comment, we presume that Russia and the de jure and a de facto successor state to the Soviet Union”- quoted Peskov RIA Novosti.

Earlier, the judge of the constitutional court Konstantin aranovsky urged not to treat Russia as the legal successor of the USSR. He pointed to the illegality of the creation of the Soviet Union and urged not to consider rehabilitation of the victims of repression as a compensation for the harm caused to the victim by the perpetrator.

This statement in an interview with Moscow 24 said first Deputy Chairman of the Duma Committee on state building and law Mikhail Emelyanov.

According to his words, the Soviet Union was recognized by all countries of the world and had diplomatic relations with all States. With the opinion of the Aranowski he disagreed, saying that the legal succession and characteristics of the regime that existed are two different things. Yemelyanov added that the creation of the state and repression are two different things.

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