November 7 in Lugansk: ‘From national unity to people’s pride’
Today, November 7, 2016, Lugansk Communists celebrated the 99th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution under the slogan “From national unity to people’s pride.” This was reported by the press service of the Lugansk Regional Committee of the Communist Party.
During the celebrations, scheduled for November 7, the communists of Lugansk and other cities of the Lugansk People’s Republic laid flowers at monuments to V.I. Lenin.
“National Unity Day, which is celebrated on November 4, reminds us how, in difficult times, our ancestors through their joint efforts were able to defend the interests of the motherland. November 7 tells a different story — about how one day, the seemingly infinite patience of our people ends, and they are not only willing to rise up to defend their rights, but also to finish this fight by building a viable state — the state of the people and for the people. It is a day of pride, so to speak: pride in the accomplishments of our ancestors. Pride because we are heirs of the people who not only turned one empire upside down, but the whole world,” the press service quoted Lugansk Communist leader Maxim Chalenko.