ROMIR, an independent research centre, has decided to learn how Muscovites view the situation around Vladimir Gusinski and Boris Berezovski. As a telephone poll shows, prosecution of Media Most President Mr. Gusinski is viewed by 28.7% of those polled as an ordinary criminal affair, 27.9%, as part of the authorities’ fight against oligarchs while 13.2%, personally against Mr. Gusinski. As little as 5.1% of the respondents call it limitation of the freedom of speech while 6.2% have other versions. 18.9% found it difficult to answer, IMA-press reports. As for Mr. Berezovki’s loud statements, 30.8% of those polled think they represent the entrepreneur’s attempt to evade responsibility over the Aeroflot case, 23.4% think it may be accounted for by his personal conflict with the President, 11.8%, by the authorities’ fight against the opposition. 10.3% of the respondents think it all to be a political provocation, 7.4% mention other options, and 16.3% found it difficult to answer.
There are several versions of the recent assassination of the most prominent Iranian nuclear scientist and high-ranking officer of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh