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Under 2% of the bulletins remain to be processed by the Central Electoral Committee before the final official results can be announced: Yabloko has 5.98%


The Central Electoral Committee needs to process the final 2% of the bulletins


Grigory Yavlinsky, "In the new Duma the Yabloko faction will not join other blocs and will continue to assert its principled policies."


Vladimir Lukin: Despite the difficult conditions we managed to retain our electorate


Sergei Stepashin believes that Yabloko will be able to become a centre in the new State Duma for a union of right wing forces


St Petersburg politicians assess the results of the State Duma elections in the Northern capital of Russia


Grigory Yavlinsky: Yabloko's showing in the elections was worse than expected owing to unfair competitive conditions


Vladimir Lukin: the Duma elections cannot be considered democratic


Grigory Yavlinsky thinks that the leadership of "The Unity" (Yedinstvo) bloc indicates that Russia is "in many aspects still a Soviet country"


Grigory Yavlinsky: Failures in Chechnya may lead to the collapse of the whole official political structure in Russia


Grigory Yavlinsky believes that the federal budget for 2000 will have to be revised


Grigory Yavlinsky, "Yabloko will form the Government in 2000"


Grigory Yavlinsky confirms his participation in the elections of the President of the RF


Grigory Yavlinsky: Yabloko will not support Eugeni Primakov at presidential elections


Grigory Yavlinsky: Yabloko is not the party of the authorities, itprotects the interests of the citizens


Forecast of the Duma elections from ARPI and ROMIR: Yabloko - 9-12%


Vladimir Lukin, "Yabloko favours a fully-fledged integration of Russia and Belarus


Yavlinsky thinks that the Russian Government should hold negotiations with Chechnya to find partners there.


Grigory Yavlinsky answers the questions of foreign journalists


The Memorial Society supports Grigory Yavlinsky's position on Chechnya and criticises Chubais


Respect Should be The Goal of Our National Policy


We Live in a Mythical State(Extracts from a speech in Tolyatti)


Yabloko, the party of the democratic opposition


The outcome of the dispute between Yavlinsky and Chubais was decided before it began.


Why Am I with Yabloko? By Sergei Stepashin


Now less wit in the chamberThe number of Yabloko representatives in the Duma has more than halved.




"Russian citizens' opinion of Grigory Yavlinsky has not deteriorated after his declaration on Chechnya" (The Public Opinion Fund)


Apparent Shift in Anatoli Chubais' stance on Grigory Yavlinsky's Chechnya position demonstrates a split in the Union of the Right Forces.


Yabloko proposes saving our universally available education system and doubling teachers' salaries.


Alexey Melnikov's responds to Anatoli Chubais with his own stringent accusations

The Yabloko faction may support the agreement on a Union between Russia and Belarus


At a briefing in Moscow on Monday, Vladimir Lukin, Chairman of the Committee for International Affairs of the State Duma (Yabloko), said that...


Sergei Stepashin on Grigory Yavlinsky's proposals


No recovery until Yeltsin gone-Yavlinsky


Time Ripe for Yabloko


Moscow's new cabinet 'hit by corruption


A Russian Feeler


Interview of Grigory Yavlinsky for the "Zerkalo" (Mirror) TV Programme


Interview of Grigory Yavlinsky by Sergey Dorenko


Interview of Sergei Stepashin for the programme "Geroi Dnya" ("Hero of the Day") programme

Interview of Grigory Yavlinsky for the programme "Geroi Dnya" ("Hero of the Day") programme

Our home is Russia tries to woo Yavlinskii


There is no government in Russia any more. The 17th of August has been transformed into a habit

Race to be first

Yavlinsky’s turn at bat

Two Views on Russia



The thoughts expressed in Guest Opinion are those of the writers and do not necessarily reflect the views of Standard & Poor's.

Commenting on the article, "Russian Banks: Desperately Seeking Solvency", are two prominent Russian politicians, Grigory Yavlinsky and Boris Nemtsov, who present their views on the current status of the Russian economy and prospects for the future.

Mind the flies in your soup, Mr. Primakov

Petersburg’s Yabloko late but right


Speech by Grigory Yavlinsky at an evening at the Central House of Film