Interview with Boris G. Fyodorov, a deputy of State Duma. (1996)
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Scene №1 Interview with Boris G. Fyodorov, a deputy of State Duma
Large sheet of paper.
A quote from the second volume of "Dead Souls" NV Gogol.
"Where is he who would be in the native language of the Russian soul
able to tell us this all-powerful word "forward"?
The eyelids are held for centuries, polmilona Sydney,
louts, and fools sleep soundly,
and are rarely born in Russia, her husband,
who knows how to pronounce it, is all-powerful word ... "
Interview with Boris Fyodorov, a deputy
State Duma, the economist.
It is about the difficult economic situation in Russia.
Inflation in April, May was 8 percent a year.
Revenues of state employees lag behind inflation.
Tax reform promised in 1997.
Projections of the Government to stabilize the
We need reform of the Foreign Economic Relations
and tax reform.
The budget should be realistic.
But such measures are not taken.
Therefore, the results in 1996 called into question.
Sergei Glazyev offer by even more
inflation to enter the lift.
But it does not happen.
Results from the State Duma
difficult to expect.
There is no real majority of any party.
The President has authority more
than in any other country.
But it does not solve anything.
On the land issue, agriculture.
On the backstage lobby in the Duma.
About Victor Chernomyrdin and his ineffective
ways of forming the government.
Criticism of the methods of privatization Anatoly Chubais.
On the large-scale redistribution of property
and lack of social justice.
The intrigues in the Government
and the Ministry of Finance.
On the motion of "Forward, Russia!".
About the electoral program of movement.
On elections to the State Duma of the second convocation.
On the market for government securities.
On the artificial strengthening of the ruble.
About populist measures before the election.
On the imminent fall of the ruble.
On the presidential elections.
PersonnelFedorov B.G. -- economic and public activist
Finance; Domestic policy