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Russia / Elections #408015

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 18, 1996
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(Studio: Gene Randall) Percentages for the top three vote getters in the Russia elections outlined on screen.

(Moscow: Eileen O'Connor) The horse trading after the election results were tabulated featured. [Russian President Boris YELTSIN - (thru translator) campaigns.] The courting of Alexander Lebed, who came in a surprising third, by both Russian President Boris Yeltsin and Communist Gennadi Zyuganov, who will face each other in a runoff, noted. [LEBED, ZYUGANOV - (thru translator) talk about the vote.] [Campaign strategist Sergei KARAGANOV - comments.] The prospects for deal making discussed further.

O'Connor, Eileen;
Randall, Gene

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