Holmes, Stephen
June 1994
New Republic;6/13/94, Vol. 210 Issue 24, p16
Focuses on the political situation in Nizhnii Novgorod, the former closed city of Gorky in Russia. Praise of the region by Prime Minister Viktor Chernomyrdin as a model for the entire country; Information on the working relations between the governor and the mayor in Nizhnii; Comment on the public officials in Nizhnii; Discussion of the mayoral elections in the country.


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