Red quadrate 06/05/1993 (1993)

Telecast №73333, 1 part, duration: 0:37:49
Production: VID
Anchor:Lyubimov Aleksandr


Constitutional Assembly of 1993. Start.

Reel №1

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The main theme of the issue was the convening by the President of the Russian Federation of state authorities, local governments and public organizations to participate in the Meeting on the draft of the new Constitution of the Russian Federation.


Rallies of supporters and opponents of the President, Parliament, the old regime of government.

Buy flags of Russia (tricolor color) from the seller on the street for rubles of the Soviet model.

The demonstrators' demonstration with a police cordon.


The work of Parliament.

Conference hall.

Ruslan Khasbulatov in the presidium.

Sergei Shakhrai on the sidelines, surrounded by journalists.

The voting board with the signature "The decision is NOT ACCEPTED".

Boris Yeltsin leaves the presidium of the meeting hall.

Russian tricolor - large.

Yuri Matochkin and Fyodor Zann-kai-si talk about a draft developed by the Constitutional Commission of the Congress of People's Deputies and a draft proposed by the Presidential Commission.

On the work of the Commission on the search for compromise options in legislation regulating the separation of branches of power.


The territory of the Kremlin.

Interviews of the meeting participants (Arkady Volsky, Anatoly Sobchak, Gavriil Popov, Mintimer Shaimiev, Yuri Luzhkov, Valery Zorkin, Nikolai Ryabov, Gennady Burbulis, Sergey Filatov, etc.) - their expectations from the new legislation, the search for compromises.

Boris Yeltsin on the podium during the meeting.

Ruslan Khasbulatov, surrounded by journalists, gives an interview in which he talks about refusing to give him the floor.

He criticizes the President.

The Secretary of the Constitutional Commission, Oleg Rumyantsev, read out the appeal "on behalf of the disaffected", which demands that plenary sessions be held to discuss both drafts of the constitution.

Oleg Rumyantsev talks about the atmosphere in which the congress was held, about existing shortcomings, about the limitation of the media in access to information.

Russian President Boris Yeltsin emphasizes the need to adopt a new Constitution of the Russian Federation.

Expresses his opinion on the position of the Supreme Council, stands for holding new elections.


Matochkin Yuri - head of the administration of the Kaliningrad region. Tsann-kai-si Fedor - Doctor of Philosophy, People's Deputy of the Russian Federation. Rumyantsev Oleg - executive secretary of the Constitutional Commission. Migranyan Andranik is a political scientist. Yeltsin Boris is the president of Russia.

Calendar: 06/05/1993

Reel №2

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Continuation of discussion of the new draft of the Constitution of Russia.

Vasily Lipitsky on the speech of the President of the Russian Federation Boris Yeltsin, on the work of the Congress of Deputies.


Boris Yeltsin during the 7th Congress of People's Deputies (1992).

Ruslan Khasbulatov.

The meeting hall.

Board of voting results.

Deputies on the sidelines.

Viktor Chernomyrdin.

Meeting of the 8th Congress of People's Deputies.

Board of voting results: "The decision is not made".

Boris Yeltsin leaves the meeting room.

Yeltsin's television address.

Valery Zorkin.

Meeting of the 9th Congress of People's Deputies.

Sergei Shakhrai on the outcome of the joint meeting and the planned work schedule.

Interview: Victor Rozov, Edison Denisov, Ilya Kuzin.


Lipitsky Vasily - chairman of the executive committee of the association "Civil Union". Shakhrai Sergei is the vice-premier of the Russian government. Migranian Andronic is a political scientist. Rozov Victor is a playwright. Denisov Edison is a composer. Kuzin Ilya - head physician of the hospital. Botkin.

Calendar: 06/12/1993

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