|Date||August 9, 1996|
|Location||State Kremlin Palace|
|Participants||President of Russia, Boris Yeltsin|
Boris Yeltsin won the election in 1996 and re-entered the office of the President of Russia a month later.
Next on stage were invited the Chairman of the Constitutional Court of Russia Vladimir Tumanov, Prime Minister Viktor Chernomyrdin, Chairman of the Federation Council Yegor Stroyev, Chairman of the State Duma Gennady Seleznyov, Chairman of the Central Election Commission of the Russian Federation Nikolay Ryabov and Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia Alexy II.
After the twelfth stroke Kremlin chimes, appeared in the hall President Boris Yeltsin.
The first speech was made by the Chairman of the Central Election Commission of Russia Nikolai Ryabov, in his speech he congratulated Boris Yeltsin, announced that Yeltsin was popularly re-elected President of Russia for a second term and he declared that the elections were fair and democratic. At the end of the speech Ryabov gave Yeltsin a certificate of the Russian President.
Then, a speech made by the Chairman of the Constitutional Court Vladimir Tumanov, who also congratulated Yeltsin announced electoral integrity and urged the President took the oath.
Thereafter, Chairman of the Federation Council Yegor Stroyev, put on the symbol of Presidential power on Boris Yeltsin.
Then, with a made a congratulatory speech, Patriarch Alexy II.
At the end of the ceremony it was made of thirty artillery salute volleys.