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Press conference by Alexander Rutskoi. (1993)

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Scene №1 Press conference by Alexander Rutskoi

The constitutional crisis of 1993.

Press conference by Alexander Rutskoi and members

Coordination Council of the parliamentary group "Reform of the army."

At the table, the MP Anischev Russia Vladimir (CPRF);

People's Deputy of Russia, General Anatoly Koltunov (fraction "Fatherland").

Journalists work.

Alexander Rutskoi, vice president of the Russian Federation,

about the political situation in the country, on the referendum,

of the START-1 and START-2 (synchronous).

The question on the war in Chechnya and Ingushetia and personal responsibility

Chechen rebels for the transfer of Russian arms.

Rutskoi president to dismiss him from his post and stripped of all authority;

of the Chechen-Ingush conflict (synchronously).

He was a member of the "Reform of the Army"

support Rutskoi and eliminate illegal

Parliamentary group of the Constitutional Council (synchronously).

Question and answer on the reforms of the army.

Rutskoi on the situation in Georgia, Nagorno-Karabakh, Abkhazia (synchronously).

The question of the legitimacy of his father George Russian authorities.

Rutskoi on the Constitution and the constitutional meeting;

of his rank of general, membership in the Communist Party (synchronously).

He was a member of the "Reform of the army," without respect of Kolesnikova

Stepashin, Gorbachev and Shaposhnikov (synchronously).

Rutskoi the helplessness of the Russian Parliament, the government;

privatization and theft, etc. (Synchronous).

Gennady Zyuganov in the audience as a spectator.

Personnel

Ruckoj A.V. -- state and political figure Anischev V. P. -- politician Koltunov A. B. -- politician Zyuganov G.A. -- politician

Calendar

1993

Locations

Moscow [820]

Media; Defense and internal security; Social life; Domestic policy