The release of the program took place after the announcement of the results of the vote on the Russian presidential election in the second round.
Gennady Seleznyov, a member of the Communist Party faction supported the candidacy of Gennady Zyuganov.
He criticizes the media for pre-election propaganda work, considers it biased and dishonest.
He recognizes the results of the elections, although he emphasizes that the victory remains for the money invested in the media during the agitation campaign.
"Izvestia" criticized the CPRF, supporting the course of the incumbent president.
Both participants do not hide their political preferences and ideological aspirations.
They talk about the division of the press into "left" and "right", depending on ideological interpretation, give examples of offensive statements about each other appearing in newspapers supporting a certain political course.
Questions related to further steps to establish contact between the ruling president and the opposition, acting in the face of the Communist Party, are being raised.
The issue of the current economic situation in Russia, instability in the legislation is discussed.
Seleznev Gennadiy - Chairman of the State Duma of the Russian Federation, former editor-in-chief of the newspaper Pravda (1991 - 1993). Golembiovsky Igor is the editor-in-chief of the newspaper Izvestia (1991-1997).