one-on-one 03/28/1996 (1996)

Telecast №73406, 1 part, duration: 0:40:01
Production: VID
Anchor:Aleksandr Lyubimov, Andrej Sidenko

Reel №1

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The main topic of the conversation is Moscow and the province, the center and the regions.

The guests of the program are the president of the Union of Russian Cities Valery Kirpichnikov and the chairman of the union "Governors of Russia" Anatoly Tyazhlov.

Act one.

Exchange of views on the resolution of the State Duma of the Russian Federation on the denunciation of the Bialowieza Agreements.

A look at the idea of canceling the presidential election.

Discussion of the work of the State Duma of the Russian Federation and the reform of power in Russia.

Causes and consequences of the confrontation between regions and city-centers.

Profile of V. A. Kirpichnikov.

Act Two.

Relations of Russian regions and republics with Moscow.

Problems of local self-government, interaction of different levels of government.

The specifics of urban and regional problems.

Discussion of the law on general principles of local self-government.

Profile of A. S. Tyazhlov.

Act three.

Advantages of expanding the powers of local governments.

Reallocation of functions, responsibilities, and taxes.

Problems of the cities of the Moscow region in the process of transition to local self-government.

Special economic zones on the territory of Russia.

Answers to questions from the audience.

Advertising of the anniversary concert of the program "Muzoboz".


Kirpichnikov V.A. - state and political figure, vice-governor of the Leningrad region (1996-1998), minister of regional policy of the Russian Federation (1998-1999), First Deputy Minister for Federation Affairs, National and Migration Policy (since 2000). Tyazhlov A.S. - statesman and politician, Honored Builder of the Russian Federation, head of the Moscow region administration (1991-2000).

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