XXVIII Congress of the CPSU. Part 1.. (1990)
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Scene №1 XXVIII Congress of the CPSU. Part 1.
Kremlin Palace of Congresses.
XXVIII Congress of the CPSU.
Interview with Colonel General.
Mikhail Gorbachev, the Soviet leader, General Secretary of the CPSU,
surrounded by security guards coming to high military rank.
Working journalists jostling.
MS Gorbachev gives interviews to foreign correspondents: the restructuring and the CPSU (synchronously).
Nikolai Ogarkov, Marshal of the USSR,
reaching out to the leadership of the Republic of Estonia on the Rights of Soviet veterans (synchronously).
Gorbachev signing autographs, talking to people and correspondents.
Anatoly Lukyanov, Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR -
the composition of the Congress, and the fate of the party, the committee on defense and security;
the idea of creating the institution of presidential representatives in the field;
the inadmissibility of strikes; borders of Crimea, of Kazakhstan, of the village school;
the opposition Communists, on the situation in Estonia (synchronously).
Gorbachev bodyguards up the stairs, go down the hall of the palace.
The street in front of the palace.
Journalists crowd and jostle.
Gorbachev speaks to journalists.
A woman in the crowd asked Gorbachev to help her and her husband to travel to the United States.
Gorbachev walks on trails.
Boardroom, is Congress.
NI stands behind the podium Ryzhkov, Chairman of the USSR Council of Ministers.
Answers questions from the delegates.
Delegates gathered around Ryzhkov, discuss current issues.
In the frame of Alexander Yakovlev, a member of the Politburo.
Behind the podium, Vadim A. Medvedev, a Politburo member, Secretary of the Central Committee.
Reads the report, answers to questions (synchronously).
PersonnelM.S. Gorbachev -- statesman
N.V. Ogarkov -- serviceman
A.I. Lukjyanov -- statesman
N.I. Rizhkov -- statesman
A.N. Yakovlev -- political and social activist
V.A. Medvedev -- politician
Media; Defense and internal security; Social life; Domestic policy