one-on-one (1996) 06/27/1996
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The main topic of the conversation is the election of the Russian president.
The guests of the program are Alexei Podberezkin, chairman of the State Duma Committee on International Affairs (CPRF), and Vyacheslav Nikonov, chief analyst of the All-Russian Public Support Movement of Boris Yeltsin.
The first act.
Discussion of the results of the first round of elections.
The proportion of those who voted and ignored citizens' elections.
Current ratings of Boris Yeltsin and GA Zyuganov.
A look at the ideas of the settlement of the Chechen military conflict.
Profile of VA Nikonov.
The second act.
Continuation of the discussion of the Chechen problem.
The economic situation in Russia after perestroika reforms.
State of the state budget of the country.
The problem of arrears in wages and benefits, promises and facts.
Comments to the course of the presidential race.
View of А.И.Подберезкина.
The third act.
Discussion of the removal of Pavel Grachev from the post of Defense Minister of the Russian Federation and Alexander Korzhakov from the position of the head of the security service of the President of the Russian Federation.
Attitude to the reorganization of security agencies in general.
The opinion about the political alliance of Boris Yeltsin and AI Lebed.
General assessment of the reforms of the last five-year plan and the positions of key political figures.
A block of answers to questions from the audience in the studio.
PersonnelPodberezkin AI - candidate of political sciences, doctor of historical sciences, professor, academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences and the Academy of Military Sciences, statesman and politician, state class adviser of the Russian Federation.
Nikonov V.A. - Doctor of Historical Sciences, professor, writer, political scientist, statesman and politician, president of the Politika Foundation, chairman of the Russkiy Mir Foundation (since 2011).
Domestic policy; Political figures; Authorities and management Policy; Biography; State institutions