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Constitutional crisis in 1993, the interview. (1993)

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Scene №1 Constitutional crisis in 1993, the interview

The constitutional crisis of 1993.

The Congress of People's Deputies.

Corridors.

In the picture, Sergei Filatov, head of the Presidential Administration.

Interview with the deputy of the RF from territorial districts

St.

Petersburg on the constitutional crisis;

the desire of the majority to overthrow the government of reformers

and secret ballot, a "black" day of Parliament (synchronously).

Interview with the deputy of the RF

of manipulation and voting ballots

about the dangers of the constitutional revolution (synchronous).

Interview with the deputy of the RF

the opposition of reform and secret ballot (synchronously).

Andrey Nechayev, Minister of the Economy,

the conflict between the Parliament and the President;

the disgrace to the Congress (synchronously).

Interview with the deputy of the RF on the conflict

about Sergei Filatov (synchronously).

In the hallway at the table Sergei Baburin.

Tellers check the locks on the ballot boxes.

MPs talking in the hall, go to the gym.

Andrey Nechayev, Minister of the Economy,

of manipulation by secret ballot;

the victory of the democratic forces, the balance of power (synchronously).

Ramadan Gadzhimuradovich Abdulatipov,

People's Deputy of the Russian Federation - the position of the Congress;

the need for responsible decision-making (synchronously).

Alexander Shokhin,

Deputy Prime Minister,

Amendment to the Constitution;

of a negative assessment of the Congress of the economic reforms, etc. (Synchronous).

Personnel

Filatov S.A. -- statesman Nechaev A.A. -- State and economic activities Shohin A. N. -- state and political figure Abdulatipov R.G. -- state and political figure

Calendar

1993

Locations

Moscow [820]

Domestic policy