Stalin monument taken down FOUR DAYS after being erected in southern Russia, following backlash on social media (VIDEO)

A bust honoring Soviet leader Joseph Stalin was taken down a few days after its instalment in a southern Russian city sparked backlash on social media. Local communists vowed to bring it back as soon as possible.

The golden-colored bust was erected on April 29 in Dagestanskiye Ogni, a city of 30,000 in the multiethnic Dagestan region in Russia’s northern Caucasus. The small monument stood near a bus stop on a rural street that bears Stalin’s name.

The memorial to the controversial Soviet leader was erected at the behest of the local chapter of Russia’s Communist Party….


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