November 7, alternative democratic rallies (1988)

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Scene №1 November 7, alternative democratic rallies

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Moscow. 71st anniversary of the Great October Revolution.

Olympic Avenue.

Alternative Democratic column of demonstrators.

Posters, banners.

On the podium Telman Gdlyan, a senior investigator

for special cases under the Prosecutor General of the USSR.

Welcomed the demonstrators.

Speaks of the difference between this rally from the official rally.

"I do not tolerate a curtailed democracy."

The restructuring and the need to change methods of government.

Methods of nationwide pressure on the government.

Police cordon.

Interview with the protesters.

Stated support Gdlyan about associates,

about the end of tyranny and the establishment of a democratic state.

Pushkin Square.

Young Democrats with posters.

"The tragedy of the twentieth century - in October 1917."

Interview with a young man.

Talks about an alliance, alternative Komsomol.

"Komsomol educates faithful followers

of Lenin, Stalin, Brezhnev, Andropov, Chernenko and Gorbachev. "

Swearing on ideological themes in the crowd.

Poster "Freedom to political prisoners in the Soviet Union."


Gdlyan T. H. -- social and political activist

Calendar: 1988

Locations: Moscow [820]


Olympic Avenue, Pushkin Square

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