25 February 1995 THE YEAR WAS TOUGH FOR Minister of Internal Affairs Viktor Fedorovich Erin. A January report sharply criticized his ministry (MVD) for corruption, and State Duma deputies called for his resignation after the assassinations of two of their fellow deputies. Erin had kept a low profile during the Chechen crisis, until the Russians […]

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