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  Aleksandr Rutskoy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rutskoy served as the Vice President of Russian Federation from July 10, 1991 to September 21, 1993, and as the Governor of Kursk Oblast from 1996 to 2000.
Rutskoy was the Vice President of Russia from July 10, 1991 to September 21, 1993.
Rutskoy was imprisoned in the Moscow "Lefortovo" prison until February 26, 1994 when he, and other participants of both August 1991 and October 1993 crises, were granted amnesty by the State Duma.
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 Aleksandr Vladimirovich Rutskoy
Aleksandr Vladimirovich Rutskoy (born September 16, 1945, Kursk[?], Russia) was the Vice President of Russia[?] from July 10, 1991 to September 1, 1993, when he was sacked by president Boris Yeltsin on corruption charges.
The real issue, however, was that Rutskoy sided with the parliament in its power struggle with the president.
Yeltsin saw the appointement as an attempted coup d'état, and after violent rioting on October 2-3, Yeltsin's troops stormed the parliament and arrested Rutskoy and the leaders of the parliament on October 4.
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 VIPER. MORE SUGGESTION OF - Alexander Rutskoi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
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 Aleksandr Rutskoy - Multimedia - ninemsn Encarta
Aleksandr Rutskoy became the first popularly elected vice-president of Russia in 1991.
When Rutskoy became critical of President Boris Yeltsin’s reform policies, Yeltsin removed him from office in 1993 on charges of corruption.
Rutskoy spent several months in prison but was released after being cleared of the charges.
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 Aleksandr Vladimirovich Rutskoy - Wikipedia Indonesia, ensiklopedia bebas berbahasa Indonesia
Rutskoy adalah seorang kolonel angkatan udara Soviet pada masa invasi Soviet terhadap Afghanistan, di mana dia mendapatkan cedera.
Rutskoy menjadi Wakil Presiden Rusia dari 10 Juli 1991 hingga 1 September 1993 ketika dia dipecat oleh presiden Boris Yeltsin dengan tuduhan korupsi.
Namun Rutskoy membela pihak parlemen saat terjadinya krisis konstitusional Rusia 1993, yang diakibatkan keinginan Yeltsin untuk membubarkan parlemen pada 21 September - ini direspon oleh parlemen dengan menyatakan bahwa kepresidenan Yeltsin tidak konstitusional dan melantik Rutskoy sebagai presiden.
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 Aleksandr Rutskoy
Aleksandr Vladimirovich Rutskoy was vice president of Russia until he participated in an effort to oust President Boris Yeltsin in October 1993.
Aleksandr Vladimirovich Rutskoy was born in Kursk in 1947, the son and grandson of professional soldiers.
Rutskoy's political activity dates from 1989, although he was defeated in that year's elections.
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 Russian constitutional crisis of 1993 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rutskoy, elected on the same ticket as Yeltsin in 1991, was the president's automatic successor.
Rutskoy was proclaimed president and took the oath on the constitution.
Rutskoy and Khasbulatov were charged on October 15 with "organizing mass disorders" and imprisoned.
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 Boris Yeltsin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In response, Yeltsin fired Aleksandr Rutskoy from the position of the chairman of the anti-corruption committee and accused Rutskoy himself of corruption and having a Swiss bank account.
Russia's vice president, Aleksandr Rutskoy, denounced the Yeltsin program as "economic genocide." Leaders of oil-rich republics such as Tatarstan and Bashkiria called for full independence from Russia.
On the night after Yeltsin's televised address, the Supreme Soviet declared Yeltsin removed from presidency, by virtue of his breaching the constitution, and Vice-President Rutskoy was sworn in as the acting president.
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 Aleksandr Pushkin - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Aleksandr Pushkin - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Pushkin, Aleksandr Sergeyevich (1799-1837), Russian poet and author, who founded the literature of his language with epic and lyric poems, plays,...
The 19th century writer Aleksandr Pushkin is considered the founding father of Russian literature in the vernacular.
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 History_of_post-Soviet_Russia - The real meaning from Timesharetalk wikipedia
Confronted with opposition to the presidential power of decree and threatened with impeachment, Yeltsin "dissolved" the parliament on September 21, in contravention of the existing constitution, and ordered new elections and a referendum on a new constitution.
The parliament then declared Yeltsin deposed and appointed Aleksandr Rutskoy acting president on September 22.
Rutskoy, Ruslan Khasbulatov, and the other parliamentary supporters surrendered and were immediately arrested and jailed.
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 Kolchak Aleksandr Vasilyevich - Search Results - MSN Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Kolchak, Aleksandr Vasilyevich (1874-1920), Russian admiral and counterrevolutionist.
He began studying piano at an early age and in 1885 entered the Moscow Conservatory.
Search for books about your topic, "Kolchak Aleksandr Vasilyevich"
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 UD - Nationalism and the Russian political spectrum: Locating and evaluating the extremes
Aleksandr Lebed does not have one program; he has several, and they are all thin on details.
The economist Sergey Glazyev had been one of Aleksandr Lebed's key allies in KRO in 1995, and in 1996 he was promoted by Lebed to the position of director of the Security Council’s Department of Economic Security.
Aleksandr Lebed has on several occasions pointed to the army, the territory, and the Orthodox Church as the three pillars that Russia has rested on and has to rest on in the future, and that the army and the Church should serve to integrate the people of Russia.
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 Aleksandr Vladimirovich Rutskoi
After Yeltsin suspended the parliament in 1993, its deputies named Rutskoi acting president.
Rutskoi joined with opposition conservatives and called for an armed uprising to oust Yeltsin, but the attempt was crushed by the army and he was jailed in 1993.
Released in 1994 when a new parliament granted him amnesty, Rutskoi renewed his denunciations of Yeltsin and advocated Russian expansion to the boundaries of the former Soviet Union and a reunification of Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus.
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 President of the Russian Federation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See List of Russian rulers for the list of earlier rulers of Russia, Muscovy and Kievan Rus'.
Aleksandr Rutskoy acted "in opposition" during the Russian constitutional crisis of 1993 from September 22, 1993 - October 4, 1993.
As Prime Minister, Vladimir Putin was the Acting president following Yeltsin's resignation until being elected by popular vote on May 7, 2000.
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 Ostrovsky Aleksandr Nikolayevich - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Ostrovsky, Aleksandr Nikolayevich (1823-1886), Russian playwright, born and educated in Moscow.
He studied law in Saint Petersburg and took music classes at the Saint...
Scriabin, Aleksandr Nikolayevich (1872-1915), Russian composer and pianist, whose music is characterized by great rhythmic complexity and...
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 Union of Councils for Soviet Jews: NEW KURSK GOVERNOR MAKES ANTISEMITIC STATEMENT
Former Governor Rutskoy, who was struck from the ballot at the last minute through a controversial local court decision widely seen as orchestrated by the Russian government, made the following statement on the radio station "Echo of Moscow": "When people are hungry, they look for someone to blame.
Rutskoy is best known for leading the failed October 1993 uprising that led to the shelling of the Russian Parliament, and has ties to nationalist groups.
Governor Mikhaylov is a member of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, which over the past two years has at various times incited antisemitism.
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 Suvorov Aleksandr Vasilyevich - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Suvorov Aleksandr Vasilyevich - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Suvorov, Aleksandr Vasilyevich (1729-1800), Russian military leader, born either in Moscow or in Finland.
He was born in Saint Petersburg, and educated at the Russian...
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 Russia
For example, in August the Procurator appealed the December 1999 ruling by a St. Petersburg judge that found Aleksandr Nikitin, a retired Soviet Navy captain and environmental reporter, not guilty on charges of treason and espionage.
According to the PCPR, Aleksandr Zubkov, Deputy Director of GUIN in the Ministry of Justice, stated that the only way to reduce the prison population is to change the Criminal Code provisions regarding pretrial, parole and probation, and postconviction release measures.
Petersburg judge Sergey Golets ruled at the end of 1999 that Aleksandr Nikitin, an environmentalist and retired Soviet Navy captain, was not guilty on charges of espionage and treason.
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 Boris Yeltsin´s Biography [Russian politician. First popularly elected president of Russia]
Vice President Aleksandr Rutskoy sharply criticized Yeltsin for issuing the decree and for using a referendum to gain popular approval of reform policies.
Yeltsin asked Rutskoy to resign as vice president, and when Rutskoy refused, Yeltsin removed Rutskoy's powers of office, despite protests by Zorkin and the Supreme Soviet, the Russian legislature.
Led by Rutskoy and chairman of the Supreme Soviet Ruslan Khasbulatov, hundreds of legislators and anti-Yeltsin demonstrators occupied the parliament building in Moscow.
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 Antique maps of Russia| Vintage Map Posters   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Aleksandr Rutskoy and later agreed to Presidential elections if the Parliament also called elections, which they ignored.
Following which the Supreme Soviet declared Yelstin's decree null and void, and proclaimed Rutskoy as President who in turn dismissed Yeltsin and three key ministers that led to a political impasse.
Yeltsin banned many political parties and newspapers that supported the impasse and Khasbulatov while the Chairman of the Constitutional Court, Valery Zorkin was forced to resign and the court temporarily suspended.
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 Boris Yeltsin - Free net encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
In response, Yeltsin fired Aleksandr Rutskoy from the position of the chairman of the anti-corruption committee and accused that Rutskoy was involved in corruption himself and had a Swiss bank account.
A number of parliament members, including Rutskoy who was technically the president, were arrested, and Constitution Court was halted.
New elections of the Supreme Soviet were held on December 12, 1993, and Yeltsin's opposition easily won the majority of seats.
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 1993 Human Rights Report: RUSSIA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Vice President Aleksandr Rutskoy and CPD Chairman Ruslan Khasbulatov urged the demonstrators, some of whom were armed with automatic weapons, to attack the nearby mayor's offices and the Ostankino television facilities.
While some deputies were detained and released, Khasbulatov, Rutskoy, and the "ministers" of security, interior, and defense were arrested.
On October 3, responding to Vice President Rutskoy's exhortation from the balcony of the White House, hundreds of anti-Yeltsin demonstrators, some armed with automatic weapons, attacked the Moscow mayor's office and later the television facilities at Ostankino.
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 RUTSKOY, Aleksandr Vladimirovich @ Archontology.org: presidents, kings, prime ministers, biography, database
RUTSKOY, Aleksandr Vladimirovich @ Archontology.org: presidents, kings, prime ministers, biography, database
Home » Nations » Russia »; Heads of State » RUTSKOY, Aleksandr Vladimirovich
22 Sep 1993, 00:23, functions of President assigned to Vice President Aleksandr Rutskoy, resolution of the Supreme Soviet [1]
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 Russia Reform Monitor No.798, November 14, 2000
Leakage of the photo may have been a Russian military attempt to "prove" that another country, not the Russian Navy, was responsible for the Kursk sinking.
The anti-Semitic statement of newly-elected Kursk Oblast Governor Aleksandr Mikhailov, a Communist openly backed by President Putin, causes massive protest in the media and among Jewish organizations, the e-publication monitor.ru reports.
He attacks former Kursk Governor Aleksandr Rutskoy, whose mother is Jewish, saying Rutskoi is not a "real Russian." A Putin spokesman refuses to condemn Mikhailov's statement.
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  TASK FORCE RUSSIA -- BIWEEKLY REPORT 18-31 JULY 1992 2ND REPORT

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On 27 May 92, COL Aleksandr Konstantinovich NIKONOV, Director, Central Museum of the Armed Forces, was interviewed at the Central Military Museum, Moscow, by Bill Saxe and Al Graham.
On 26 Jun 92, Aleksandr RUTSKOY, Vice-President of the Russian Federation, was interviewed in his office by Ambassador Toon.
RUTSKOY said a bi-lateral agreement should be signed calling for a review of archives.
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 Boris Yeltsin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
In response, Yeltsin fired Aleksandr Rutskoy from the position of the chairman of the anti-corruption committee and accused Rutskoy himself of corruption and having a Swiss bank account.
Russia's vice president, Aleksandr Rutskoy, denounced the Yeltsin program as "economic genocide." Leaders of oil-rich republics such as Tatarstan and Bashkiria called for full independence from Russia.
On the night after Yeltsin's televised address, the Supreme Soviet declared Yeltsin removed from presidency, by virtue of his breaching the constitution, and Vice-President Rutskoy was sworn in as the acting president.
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 Commonwealth Russia
In September 1993 Yeltsin removed Rutskoy as vice president on charges of corruption, an action the parliament opposed, so Yeltsin issued a decree dissolving parliament in the same month.
Parliament called these actions unconstitutional and declared Rutskoy president; about 100 deputies and several hundred armed supporters, led by Khasbulatov and Rutskoy, occupied the parliament building, also known as the White House, and refused to disband.
On October 4, 1993, Rutskoy and Khasbulatov were taken prisoner and charged with inciting mass disorder.
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