Elections and political order in Russia: the implications of the 1993 elections to the Federal Assembly
Elections and Political Order in Russia is a multidisciplinary analysis of the significance of Russia's first postcommunist multiparty election, held in December 1993. Written by leading international scholars, it answers such questions as: Why was the nationalist Zhirinovsky successful? Who are the leading figures in Russian politics? What will be the role of the new political institutions? Who actually holds power in Russia?
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Elections in Russian and Early Soviet History
Reforming the Soviet Electoral System
Overview of the Campaign
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