“Boris Yeltsin will always be associated with the creation of democracy in Russia. He contributed to breaking the stranglehold of communism, the ideology he was born into and that brought him to national power. Mr Yeltsin will be remembered as a President who carried his country through a turbulent transformation in far calmer fashion than many had feared.”
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