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Funding for the presidential election campaign in Russia. (Business Russia 1996)

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Scene №1 Funding for the presidential election campaign in Russia

Comments correspondent G.Solomatina on costs and financing of the major presidential candidates for the presidency: Boris Yeltsin, Yavlinsky, Zhirinovsky, M.Shakkuma

The Kremlin, Kremlin Embankment, a pleasure boat on the Moscow River.

Repair sidewalk curb.

Vehicles on the streets of Moscow.

Company car at the gates of the Kremlin Borovitsky.

Advertising "Credo Bank."

Presidential candidates S.Fedorov, Lebed communicate with journalists.

Yeltsin talks with voters.

Boris Yeltsin, N.I.Eltsina and persons accompanying them out of the building precinct.

Election Commission headquarters, with the scoreboard percent of the votes scored by the candidates.

Kremlin.

Billboard "Montazhspetsbank"; advertising banner "Yeltsin - President of the new Russia".

Vehicles on the streets of Moscow.

New Arbat - the building of the Institute of Beauty, are the people, advertising, "Bank of Russian Credit" on the post, transport passes.

People on the streets of Moscow, billboards, stores, and products.

The car traffic police, traffic cop talking to drivers, transport passes.

The polling station.

A poster with photos of the candidates for president of Russia.

G.Solomatin is a report from the Kremlin embankment.

The domes of the Kremlin Cathedral of the Annunciation.

Moscow-river embankment, construction cranes at the Cathedral of Christ the Savior.

Key words

Things to Do in Moscow

Personnel

Eljcin B.N. Fedorov S. Lebedj A.I. Eljcina N.I.

Calendar

1996

Locations

Moscow

Seasons

Spring [825] Summer [824] Day [828] Evening [829]

Finance; Transportation; Towns and countries; Social life; Defense and internal security; Domestic policy; Religion