Appointments in presidential administration mean no change of course - political scientist

May 2012
Russia & FSU General News;5/22/2012, p1
MOSCOW. May 22 (Interfax) - The former ministers' recent appointments to the presidential administration indicate a transfer of the decision-making center to the Kremlin, Yevgeny Minchenko, director of the International Institute of Political Evaluations, told Interfax.


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