one-on-one 04/16/1995 (1995)

Telecast №73867, 1 part, duration: 0:28:15
Production: VID
Anchor:Aleksandr Lyubimov

Reel №1

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Guests of the program - the Minister of Labor of the Russian Federation Gennady Melikyan and the chairman of the FNPR Mikhail Shmakov.

The main topic of the conversation is the conflict between the Russian government and trade union organizations over the government's debts to enterprises.

Discussion of the protest rally of trade unions about the government's announcement about a radical improvement in the economic situation in the country.

Assessment of the situation and disputes over the statistical data provided by trade unions and the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

Who is to blame for the fact that people do not receive money - the government or enterprises.

GG Melikyan about the situation around the verification of non-paying enterprises.

Fragment of the rally.

Ways to influence non-payers.

MV Shmakov on the tasks of trade unions.

GG Melikyan on bills on indexing of detained salaries.

Financial difficulties of enterprises.

Unemployment rate statistics.

Minimum wage level.

Fragment of the rally, poems about perestroika.

The results of the meeting of representatives of trade unions and government.

Comments on the course of the rally.

The consequences of political and economic struggle, social stratification of the population.

Problems of enterprises arising from the current taxation system.

Linkage of obligations on the part of the government and state budget planning.


Melikyan G.G. - Russian statesman, candidate of economic sciences, professor, Honored economist of the Russian Federation, Minister of Labor of the Russian Federation (1992-1996), Minister of Labor and Social Development of the Russian Federation (1996-1997). Shmakov MV - Russian statesman, chairman of the Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Russia (FNPR).

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