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The agreement established a Committee of National Salvation which should take the lead over the Albanian resistance movement.
During the Orange Revolution he was a member of the Committee of National Salvation.
Seraphin became Prime Minister on June 25 1979, at the request of the "Committee of National Salvation."
The signal was to be a crackdown on Lithuania, following which fraudulent "committees of national salvation" were to assume power throughout the U.S.S.R.
But Mr. Denisov declined to offer details about the self-appointed Committees of National Salvation that have appeared in Lithuania and Latvia to challenge the elected nationalist governments.
In view of the threat of illegitimate government acceding to power, Yushchenko's camp announced the creation of the Committee of National Salvation which declared a nationwide political strike.
A faceless Committee of National Salvation emerges from the shadows to denounce the elected government of Lithuania as servants of "the interests of rich people, fraudulent people, corrupt elements."
A resolution passed by loud acclamation demanded legal action against "those who tried to overthrow the governments in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, including the leaders of the 'Committee of National Salvation'."
Other conciliatory signs have included an announcement that the Committee of National Salvation, in whose name Soviet tanks rolled, has been disbanded, and the suspension of nighttime military patrols on Vilnius streets.
One after another, the legislators called for more drastic measures - an anti-crisis committee, a state of emergency, a nationwide food-rationing program, or even a dictatorial "committee of national salvation" that would rely on the army and police.
Government Decisions Challenged "In the resulting situation, at the request of workers, the All-Latvian Committee of National Salvation takes on itself responsibility for the fate of Soviet Latvia," the declaration said.
At least to some observers the action in the Baltic represented an attempt by hard-line party and military officials, organised in a shadowy 'Committee of National Salvation', to seize power and overthrow the nationalist administrations.
Eight days ago, Soviet Army tanks were dispatched to Lithuania on behalf of the Committee of National Salvation there for an attack on the pro-independence government's television tower in Vilnius that left 15 dead.
Mr. Gorbachev denied he knew anything about it in advance, but he made no effort to chastise the troops or to denounce the shadowy and blatantly illegal "Committees of National Salvation" that purportedly called for help.
Pro-Moscow Group's Declaration The incident came the day after Tass published a statement by the "All-Latvian Committee of National Salvation," an anonymous, self-appointed body opposed to the independence sought by the elected government.
Last month he called for creation of a Committee of National Salvation that would suspend or arrest the parliaments of unruly republics, and suggested that if Mr. Gorbachev was unwilling to get tough he should be impeached.
The Tass news agency today published a statement by an anonymous All-Latvian Committee of National Salvation declaring that it was assuming all powers of state over the Latvian republic and dissolving the elected government, which seeks independence.
In January 1991, Soviet political and military forces tried unsuccessfully to overthrow the legitimate Latvian authorities by occupying the central publishing house in Riga and establishing a "Committee of National Salvation" to usurp governmental functions.
The ruling Military Committee of National Salvation (CMSN) on July 25 adopted a law which allowed for the setting up of political parties, with the exception of specifically Islamic parties or parties based on race or region.
He once proposed the ousting of Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev from power, dissolving the parliament, outlawing all parties, the declaration of martial law and the handing of power to a Military "Committee of National Salvation", which would avoid the disintegration of the Soviet Union.
Mr. Manescu, who is 73 years old, and Silviu Brucan, a former Ambassador to the United States, joined others to form a Committee of National Salvation Friday to organize free elections, according to a live broadcast of the television station, which was renamed Free Rumania Television.
One Latvian deputy who is popular with hard-liners, Viktor I. Alksnis, a colonel in the army engineering corps, told reporters that he would propose a nationwide state of emergency and a "committee of national salvation" made up of leading lawyers and economists to run the country with support of the army and the police.