On September 8, 2001, The State Committee on the State of Emergency. was dissolved by Gennaday Zyuganov, General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union
September 8, 2001
Effective September 9, 2001, In Accordance to Article 159, Section 3.1 of the Constitution of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, The State Committee on the State of Emergency is Hereby Disbanded. Special Advisors are Now Relinquished from their jobs and Must Retire From Governance. On Behalf of the Soviet Government, and the Soviet Working Class, I would like to thank you for your service and saving our country from a terrible plague that would have meant the end of our society as we know it.
- Gennaday Zyuganov,
General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union
Ratified by the Supreme Soviet of the USSR On September 8, 2001.
Russia - "The Dissolution of the Committee is a step towards rebuilding the Soviet Union and restoring its glory for the world" - Anatoly Lukyanov, First Secretary of the Communist Party of The Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic
Belarus - "I Commend General Secretary Zyuganov for his efforts in disbanding the Committee that has plagued our society for Nine Years. Belarus is Committed to serving the Soviet Union and its people for years to come." - Alexander Lukashenko, First Secretary of the Communist Party of The Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic
United States - "Today's Actions in Moscow are a bold step, but work towards a Democratic Russia is necessary for the restoration of stability. The Victory For the Hardliners will not last long, for as A Great Man Once Said, You Can't Solve All Your Problems with Old Solutions" - George H.W. Bush, on Behalf of the Administration of his son.
Margaret Thatcher: "This Action Is Meaningless, as the Government of the Soviet Union is still a totalitarian regime bent on destroying the West. We must do what we can, to support the brave Rebels, who must live in exile, fearing the day, they will be captured by the clutches of Gennaday Zyuganov and his so-called "Reformist Government.""
Official Government Statement: "The Comments of Margaret Thatcher reflect the views of the Government of the United Kingdom."
Germany - "Although, the Sun Sets on a Dark Period of Soviet History, the Struggle of their People to be free has not. The Totalitarian ways of the past still rule their land and for them to prevail, we must support the opposition to ensure, that the day they finally win their freedom, is one that will be long remembered, in the pages of history.