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Zyuganov: Andreev showed integrity in protecting the interests of the people

You can agree or disagree with some positions of Nina Andreeva, but she has demonstrated integrity in protecting the interests of the people and of Soviet values, said RIA Novosti the head of the CPRF Gennady Zyuganov.

Earlier on Sunday, the author of the famous letters "I can Not renounce principles" Nina Andreeva died on 82-m to year of life, according to the website of the unregistered all-Union Communist party of Bolsheviks.

He stressed that Andreev openly expressed his opinion on Mikhail Gorbachev and perestroika, and if she was heard, according to Zyuganov, the country would have avoided many disasters. The Communist party leader expressed his condolences to the friends and family Andreeva.

Nina Andreeva was born in 1938 in Leningrad. He graduated from the Leningrad technological Institute, he defended his thesis and received the degree of candidate of technical Sciences. Since 1972 he taught at the same Institute.

Fame Andreeva brought a letter "I can Not renounce principles", published in "Soviet Russia" March 13, 1988. In it she expressed concerns about the policy of perestroika. In the newspaper "Pravda" letter called "manifest antiparasitogenic forces."

Since 1989, Andreev headed the all-Union society "Unity — for Leninism and Communist ideals", and later headed the Bolshevik platform in the CPSU, as well as the organizing Committee for the XXIX convocation of the Extraordinary Congress of the CPSU. Since November 1991 he became the leader of the unregistered all-Union Communist party of Bolsheviks.