VIII Congress of People's Deputies. (1993)
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Scene №1 VIII Congress of People's Deputies
The constitutional crisis of 1993.
VIII Congress of People's Deputies.
Picket under a red flag.
Older people are against Yeltsin.
Column of people with slogans and chanting in support of Yeltsin.
Kremlin Palace of Congresses, hall.
Russian President Boris Yeltsin was speaking to journalists.
Anthem, members listen standing.
The presidium of the Supreme Soviet of Russia RI Khasbulatov.
MP proposes the removal from office of the President of the Russian Federation Boris Yeltsin.
Yeltsin defiantly withdrew.
Interview with Vyacheslav Kostikov, press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation (synchronously).
A. Tula, MP Minister and Chairman of the Kemerovo Oblast Council of People's Deputies, the economic collapse as a result of the reforms;
about the Soviets, the unwanted president (synchronously).
MPs on the sidelines.
Interview with Yeltsin in the lobby of the Congress and its fighting mood.
BN Yeltsin behind the podium declaring its determination to
maintain the balance of the authorities in the country (synchronously).
RI Khasbulatov behind the podium sharply criticizes President
and government (synchronously).
The rally in Red Square.
Yeltsin's supporters and supporters of the Supreme Council.
Interview with Sergei Baburin, deputy of the RF,
the impotence of the government and the power of bureaucrats
of the presidential administration (synchronously).
VS Chernomyrdin, Chairman of the Russian Government,
platform for making a statement on the government (synchronously).
Shot in slow motion: Khasbulatov is surrounded by journalists.
The black box is the voice of the achievements Khasbulatov Congress.
PersonnelEljcin B.N. -- statesman Hasbulatov R.I. -- state and political figure Chernomirdin V.S. -- state and political figure Tuleev A.G. -- statesman Baburin S. N. -- politician Kostikov V.V. -- journalist, politician
Social life; Domestic policy