15 July 1997 ALTHOUGH 1996 BEGAN AMID WIDESPREAD skepticism that President Boris Yeltsin would allow any elections to take place, the presidential election was held on time in June, and 48 Russian regions elected their leaders in the autumn. The fact that the elections took place seemed to confirm that the norms of democratic procedure […]

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