CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 24, 1990
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Voting in Lithuania in USSR 's first multi-party election reported; leader of independent Communist party, Algirdas Brazauskas, noted a landslide winner.
(Moscow: Barry Petersen) Lithuania's elections and push for independence featured. [Independence movement leader Algimantas CEKUOLIS - says it's the first real democracy in 50 years.] [BRAZAUSKAS - (thru translator) says what matters is that we are all heading in the same direction.] Push for freedom throughout the Baltics examined; scenes shown from Estonia and Latvia. Plans for pro-democracy protests across USSR tomorrow noted; scenes shown from Soviet television of officials asking Soviet citizens for calm.
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