rucriminal.info continues to acquaint the reader with the "wiretaps" from the archive of Boris Berezovsky. In this publication, we present a conversation between Tatyana Dyachenko and her mother, Naina Iosifovna, and her then husband Alexei. The conversation is taking place at a difficult moment for the country. In June 1996, at the height of the presidential election campaign, two key members of Boris Yeltsin's headquarters, Arkady Yevstafiev and Sergei Lisovsky, were detained. In his hands was not a "copier box" with the "shadow cash register" of the headquarters. These figures were not selected for the attack by chance - the first was the closest associate of the head of Yeltsin’s campaign headquarters, Anatoly Chubais, the second organized and headed the “Vote or Lose” campaign in support of Yeltsin’s candidacy. Both were key figures in the technological design of an elected company.
Employees of the Presidential Security Service (SPB) of the Russian Federation, controlled by Alexander Korzhakov and Mikhail Barsukov, were informed of this and detained these two activists. Having arrested, as expected, the officer and the SBP proceeded to interrogate these persons. In connection with these events, late in the evening on June 19, 1996, Tatyana Dyachenko arrived at Berezovsky's headquarters at the Logovaz Reception House. Under pressure from Igor Malashenko, Anatoly Chubais, Badri Patarkatsishvili, Boris Berezovsky, Vladimir Gusinsky, she agrees with the need to involve Alexander Lebed in the situation. It is assumed that it is Lebed who will have to make public the data on the attempted coup d'etat, including the detention of Lisovsky and Yevstafiev.
On the recording, Tatiana Dyachenko talks with Naina Yeltsina. The latter says that she could not fulfill her request and call Lebed on her mobile phone. Dyachenko demands to call and find. Yeltsin is trying to find Lebed through specials. switch, but nothing works. Dyachenko says that it is very strange that the special. the switchboard cannot find the secretary of the Security Council.
Yeltsin continues his attempts. Dictates the telephone number of the Security Council reception. Dyachenko asks her mother why not call her herself. She refuses.
Yeltsin asks why she did not call Mikhail Ivanovich (Barsukov) and did not find out what was the matter. Dyachenko answers her with Berezovsky's words about the futility of this action. Without any connection, he declares that: "We have only one way out to win the elections is to fire them both."
Yeltsin does not quite understand the situation, but Dyachenko puts pressure on her. Appeals to the fact that, "how dare Barsukov tell her," that she is involved in this case.
Dyachenko calls her husband, Alexei, to the phone, and asks if daddy (Boris Yeltsin) fell asleep. He replies that he had a seizure, and he fell asleep. Dyachenko gives instructions that as soon as dad comes to his senses in the morning, he (Alexei) must convince Yeltsin that his only way out is to fire Korzhakov and Barsukov. Dyachenko asks to convince Yeltsin that Tarpishchev, Barsukov and Korzhakov are to blame for everything. That his position is, in fact, not his, but imposed by them, and that dismissal is the only chance to win the election.
To be continued