Elections to the Supreme Soviet of the USSR. (1989)
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Scene №1 Elections to the Supreme Soviet of the USSR
Rally in support of Yeltsin.
Poster "The Russian People's Front voted for Yeltsin."
Many people, VFB with a bandage.
Yeltsin among people.
Boris Yeltsin, the USSR People's Deputies - about their opponents in an election;
about the need to democratize the election (synchronous).
Interview with the Muscovites.
Assembly of People's Deputies of the USSR on the nomination to the Supreme Soviet of the USSR.
After the counting room excited.
MPs noise and clamor.
In the hall, Yuri Nikulin, Vitaly A. Korotich.
Svyatoslav Fyodorov, people's deputy of the USSR -
falsification of the vote count (simultaneously).
Yuri Nikulin and Vitaly Korotich demonstratively left the hall.
Vitaly Korotich, People's Deputies,
Chief Editor of "Spark" - the honor of being elected
and the inability to stay (synchronously).
Andrei Sakharov, People's Deputy of the USSR -
participation in the elections, the democratic future of the country (synchronously).
MPs vote mandates "for" Sakharov.
Sugars, thanks for your trust.
A sign of the Academy of Sciences.
People with placards in support of Sakharov.
Posters "Half A.Pokrovskogo", "bureaucratic Bureau no".
Protesters chanting "Resign!".
The procedure for the election.
MPs vote for the members of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR.
Interview with the deputy of the USSR.
Nikita Mikhalkov at the podium - supports the candidacy of Pitirim.
Lord of Pitirim, Metropolitan of Volokolamsk and Yuriev, turns gray mustache.
Raisa Gorbachev vote mandate "for."
Pitirim lord of the victory of perestroika (synchronously).
The priests of various ranks.
Prayer service in the Orthodox church.
PersonnelS.N. Fedorov -- social activist, a doctor Korotich V.A. -- social and political activist B.N. Eljcin -- statesman A. D Saharov -- human rights activist N. S. Mihalkov -- director Vladika Pitirim -- minister Yu. V. Nikulin -- actor
Social life; Domestic policy; Religion