In the discussion of the second aspect of "perestroika" - the democratization of party and other organizations - at the plenum it was revealed a depressing picture of the complete suppression of democratic principles at all levels of political and public life. At times, it might seem that the party returned to the debate in 1923, as the then opposition speakers repeated the arguments. Zhdanov said that the majority of party committees - from the primary companies and ending with the regional committees and the Central Committee of the Union republics - not be re-elected after the XVII Congress, that is, for three years -.. In violation of the Charter of the party claiming to make such re-election every year to one and a half [ 575]. Behind him Postyshev said that after the XVII Congress of the Ukraine not convened district, city and regional party conference, "and, unfortunately, the vote, which would require the convening of such conferences, there was ... They were waiting for orders from above." In the aftermath of these question Stalin's words: "A Charter" Postyshev ruefully said: "Charter forgotten Stalin" .
Adjusting Privatization: Case Studies from Developing Countries
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