Sneha Girap (Editor)

Lyubov Sliska

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Name  Lyubov Sliska
Role  Russian Politician
Party  United Russia

Lyubov Sliska wwwpeoplesrustatepoliticssliskasliska7jpg
Education  Saratov State Academy of Law
Similar People  Mintimer Shaimiev, Yury Luzhkov, Sergey Shoygu

Lyubov Konstantinovna Sliska (Russian: Любовь Константиновна Слиска, born October 15, 1953, in Saratov, Soviet Union, as Lyubov Timoshina, Russian: Любовь Тимошина) is a Russian politician.

Since January 2000, she has been a deputy of the State Duma and a First Deputy Speaker of it (Unity and later United Russia faction).

When the city's council of the Ukrainian town Stryi decided on April 9, 2009 to remove a Soviet-era statue to the Red Army soldier and move it to a museum of Soviet totalitarianism, saying the statue had no historical or cultural value. Sliska stated such decisions could only be made by a "criminal regime." "They have long turned a blind eye to Nazi marches, portraying those who massacred people as heroes," Sliska said, adding the decision revealed lawmakers` disrespect for the soldiers who liberated Ukraine.


Lyubov Sliska Wikipedia