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  Russian constitutional crisis of 1993   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The Russian constitutional crisis of 1993 began in earnest on September 21, when Russian President Boris Yeltsin dissolved the country's parliament, which was increasingly opposing his moves to consolidate power and embark on unpopular reforms.
The president was concerned about the terms of the constitutional amendments passed in late 1991, which meant that his special powers of decree were set to expire by the end of 1992 (Yeltsin expanded the powers of the presidency beyond normal constitutional limits in carrying out the reform program).
The Russian public opinion research institute VCIOM (VTsIOM) conducted a poll in the aftermath of October 1993 events and found out that 51% of those polled thought that the use of military force by Yeltsin was justified and 30% thought it was not justified.
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 Search Tuna Report for Russian Revolution   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The Russian Revolution of 1917 was a period of political activity in Russia between the following two revolutionary events: February Revolution, which resulted in the abdication of Nicholas II of Russia....
Russian Revolution in Dates A brief chronology of the revolution, from Bloody Sunday in 1905 to Lenin's death in 1924....
Russian Revolution A revolution in Russia in 1917 1918, also called the October Revolution, that overthrew the czar and brought the Bolsheviks, a Communist party led by Lenin, to power....
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 AllRefer.com - Russia - The State of the Federation Speeches - The Foreign Policy Mechanism | Russian Information ...
By mentioning the possibility of global war, h e supported the view of the Russian military and other conservative and hard-line groups that the United States and the West remain a threat.
Some political analysts in the West suggested that the 1995 speech was an attempt to reassure the world of Russia's peaceful foreign policy in the wake of its widely censured attempt to suppress separatism in the Republic of Chechnya in December 1994 (see Movements Toward Sovereignty, ch.
The Russian constitution of 1993 gives the executive branch the chief role in making foreign polic y, with the legislative branch occupying a distinctly subsidiary role.
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 ILIAC introduces new project “RUBRICON”
It is the real encyclopedia of Russian national life, mentality and the character, as found in their reflection in speech.
The first experience of the one-volume encyclopedic edition covering all periods of Russian history since the most ancient times up to the end of XX century.
In appendices: the chronological table, a historical sketch, the bibliography, heads of the state, the chapter of Russian orthodox church, etc.
www.iliac.org /rubu/rubricon.htm   (2618 words)

 Encyclopedia: Constitution of Russian Federation
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