The Institute of World Civilizations founded by Zhirinovsky was named after him
The university is now called the University of World Civilizations. Vladimir Zhirinovsky, it was founded by the late LDPR leader in 1999. Zhirinovsky died on April 6
The Institute of World Civilizations was renamed the Vladimir Zhirinovsky University of World Civilizations— founder of the Liberal Democratic Party and the founder of the university, according to the website of the party.
“Vladimir Zhirinovsky back in 1999 founded the Institute of World Civilizations. Thanks to his support, the university has become one of the best in Moscow. According to the behests of the founder, students are given an inexpensive and high-quality education, a hostel, as well as a unique opportunity for internship and subsequent employment in the State Duma, — the message says.
The goal of the university has always been “the development of high-quality and socially oriented education”,— noted the rector Oleg Slobodchikov. “Students, teachers and staff of the University of World Civilizations are sure that the founder, Vladimir Volfovich Zhirinovsky, is proud of us,” — he added.
The party also recalled that one of the streets of Bryansk will be named after Zhirinovsky and a memorial plaque will be installed on it. One of the streets of Kherson will also be named after him, as Kirill Stremousov, deputy head of the military-civilian administration of the Kherson region, told in May.
In addition, the LDPR website reports that Zhirinovsky's office and reception room in the State Duma have become a museum in which “you can recognize and” touch ” the history of the creation of the Liberal Democratic Party. So, there is a politician’s office chair from the Duma meeting room, which was temporarily moved from there, as well as “real historical artifacts”, for example, the cape of the former Libyan colonel Muammar Gaddafi— he gave it to Zhirinovsky when he came to Moscow.
In June 2017, as RBC reported, Zhirinovsky complained about the lack of space for the institute, which, according to him, huddles in the same room with the central office of the party, and asked President Vladimir Putin to provide a new building in the center of Moscow.
Read on RBC Pro Pro How H&M became a $23 billion holding, but never defeated a competitor Testers and DevOps Engineers Pro Articles Down in the Water: Why Rapid Change Is Better Than Gradual Change Pro Articles Down Under. What Russian assets are capable of growing despite sanctions Where It Leads Articles Pro Paleo Diet. Eat what nature intended to lose weight and improve health Summary
In November 2019, the Institute of World Civilizations decided to provide a subsidy of 353 million rubles, increasing it by almost six times. In 2020, the university reported on spending 369.7 million rubles. Last year's budget included 513 million rubles. for him, and for 2022— RUB 126 million However, in November 2021, RBC wrote that it was decided to allocate 400 million rubles to the institute for this year.
Zhirinovsky died on April 6 in a hospital where he was admitted with a coronavirus. He was buried at the Novodevichy cemetery. President Vladimir Putin came to say goodbye to the late politician, and the Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia Kirill served his funeral.
Zhirinovsky's deputy mandate was transferred to Andrey Svintsov, and the LDPR was headed by deputy Leonid Slutsky.
Authors Tags Subscribe to Telegram RBC Stay up to date with the latest news even during lockdowns