ZHIRINOVSKY KEEPS OLD LIST, STATES POSITIONS.
Publication: Monitor Volume: 1 Issue: 88
Ultranationalist leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky told his party’s congress that he would go into the election with his 1993 election list. Zhirinovsky said that his party is "entering into the political struggle against Russia’s enslavement by the West," and that if he became president, his main political goal would be to transfer the legislative function to the executive branch. He added that he would like to introduce "provisional" economic autarky and reintroduce the notion of "enemy of the people." He pronounced himself satisfied with his party’ program as "the best goods on Russia’s political market," Radio Mayak reported September 3.
Sverdlovsk Governor to Negotiate Treaty with Federal Government.