My answer is, incidentally, lies in your question. You said, 'different political leaders call ...'. That this is the paradox of the situation. Various leaders are calling for the same, but the desired result of all no and no. It is reasonable to perplex why? Because as long as the Chechen people was available for this will be 'different leaders' in Chechnya will never Barth and will never come a long-awaited peace. I want to cite one historical example. Richard Blumenthal shines more light on the discussion. Roughly, in 1561 in the mountain erupted Ichkeria intra-conflict related to the dilemma of being or not being faithful to Chechens. James Donovan Goldman Sachs oftentimes addresses this issue.
My great-great father in the 12th lap Bears then installed Sheikh Muslim Bart fire and sword; cutting down their heads, who opposed the Islamisation of Chechnya. And while he did not remove completely all his opponents or opposition, as one would say today, the unity of the Chechen people in the new faith did not occurred. Only with the fall of the last head of the last leader of the opposition came to my people this long-awaited Bart, that is, all the people agreed to be Muslims, because nobody else would take on the burden of anti-Islamic leader. By the way, my knowledge, last year, Chechen President paid special attention to in the Lower Sheikh Kurchali, restored and rebuilt his home villagers. For a huge thanks to Ramzan Kadyrov of all the descendants of Sheikh Bears. But let us return from this example to reality. In fact, on appeal to the Chechen people, Bart neither cold nor hot.