The grandson of Molotov suggested an amendment which would support his grandfather

The grandson of Soviet statesman Vyacheslav Molotov, head of the Duma Committee for education and science Vyacheslav Nikonov suggested that his grandfather would have approved an amendment to the Constitution on the protection of sovereignty and would be against the amendment of the continuity of history and a mention of God.

"Me nothing prevailed. Naturally, the authority of his grandfather, either. Well, do not, of course, to compare. Grandfather all the same, when the Stalin Constitution of 1936, was Chairman of the government, and I am a member of the working group on the Constitution," - said Nikonov to a journalist's question, not prevailed over it whether the figure of Molotov, when he was working on amendments to the Constitution.

He noted that they are people of different views and generations.

"As for those amendments that we proposed, I think he wouldn't mind, of course, against the amendment of the sovereignty of our country, inviolability of borders, because it was always the Foundation of our foreign policy, including in Soviet times, unfortunately, with the exception of the short, which led to the collapse of the Soviet Union... with regard to the continuity of our history, he probably would not agree, and of course he was an atheist" - said the politician.