Red quadrate (1993) 03/27/1993
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The topic of the conversation is the constitutionality of the actions of the Russian President Boris Yeltsin, the reaction of the Constitutional Court, the beginning of the 9th (extraordinary) Congress of People's Deputies of the Russian Federation, the prospects for a referendum.
In the discussion of events, the co-chairman of the "Renewal" Union Alexander Vladislavlev, the deputy head of the presidential administration Vyacheslav Volkov, a judge of the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation Gadis Hajiyev, presidential adviser Sergei Stankevich, political scientist Andranik Migranyan.
Included cutting from TV news snippets and a selection of statements by well-known politicians.
PersonnelVolkov V.V. - Russian state and political figure, deputy head of the presidential administration of the Russian Federation (1993-1996). Hajiyev G.A. - Russian statesman, doctor of economic sciences, candidate of legal sciences, judge of the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation. Stankevich SB - Russian public-political figure, candidate of historical sciences, entrepreneur. Migranyan A.M. - Russian political scientist, candidate of historical sciences, professor of the comparative political science department of MGIMO, member of the board of the Union of Armenians of Russia. Yeltsin B.N. - state and political figure, the first president of the Russian Federation. Rutskoy A.V. - state and political figure, governor of Kursk region, doctor of economic sciences, candidate of military sciences, professor. Zorkin V.D. - Doctor of Law, Professor, Teacher, Honored Lawyer of the Russian Federation, Chairman of the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation (1991-1993 and since 2003). Khasbulatov R.I. - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Lawyer, Publicist, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, politician.
Domestic policy; Authorities and management; Congress of People's Deputies