Boris Yeltsin dead? what are the implications for Russia and the world?

@ESKARENA1 (18299)
April 23, 2007 1:03pm CST
Boris Yeltsin, the first elected president of democratic Russia is dead. What are the implications for Russia and the world?
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@Bizziebod (3526)
24 Apr 07
Gosh, where have I been, I didn't know this until I just read your post! I must have had my head stuck in work for the last 24 hours! It's a good job I read Mylot now and again else I wouldn't know what's going on in the world! I'm not quite sure what the implications are, they already have their leader Vladimir, time will only tell I guess.
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@ESKARENA1 (18299)
24 Apr 07
for sure. However, i do wonder if all those who fought so hard against yeltsins reforms will re emerge now? blessed be
@derek_a (10902)
24 Apr 07
I would think that the transformations he has brought about would not be abandoned as there are too many who have exploited them. I don't think they would let it happen. I think the days of Russian communism are over. But with Russia, who knows?
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@ESKARENA1 (18299)
24 Apr 07
for sure these are interesting times, i do wonder about the continued stability of the integrity of the Russian confederation blessed be