Russia's Starr in Dogged Pursuit of Yeltsin

Meier, Andrew
November 1998
Time;11/16/1998, Vol. 152 Issue 20, p30
Reports the work of Vadim Filimonov in investigating impeachment proceedings against Russian President Boris Yeltsin. Yeltsin's alleged misdeeds; No witnesses appearing to testify; Filimonov's lack of subpoena power; Building a case against Yeltsin once he retires.


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