To keep Russia on track, Yeltsin forgives sleaze

Ford, Peter
November 1997
Christian Science Monitor;11/18/97, Vol. 89 Issue 247, p6
Discusses politics and government in Russia in 1997. Allegations surrounding Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Anatoly Chubais; Threats from Duma, the communist controlled lower house of parliament, to reject President Yeltsin's budget if Chubais did not resign; Why Yeltsin did not accept Chubais' tendered resignation; The role that Chubais plays in the finances and economy of Russia.


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