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August 9, 1990 | ELIZABETH SHOGREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Boris N. Yeltsin, president of the Russian republic, was quoted Wednesday as saying he will resign in three years if by then he has not carried out his radical program to bring a market economy to Russia, the largest of the Soviet Union's 15 republics.
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August 9, 1990 | ELIZABETH SHOGREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Boris N. Yeltsin, president of the Russian republic, was quoted Wednesday as saying he will resign in three years if by then he has not carried out his radical program to bring a market economy to Russia, the largest of the Soviet Union's 15 republics.
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July 28, 1990 | From Associated Press
Boris N. Yeltsin, the reformist president of the Russian Federation, agreed Friday to negotiate treaties with the three Baltic republics, bypassing the Soviet government's central authority, Baltic officials said. In the republic of Byelorussia, the parliament declared that its laws take precedence over Soviet law and that Byelorussia has the right to its own armed forces, the official Tass news agency said. The developments came as setbacks to Soviet President Mikhail S.
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July 28, 1990 | From Associated Press
Boris N. Yeltsin, the reformist president of the Russian Federation, agreed Friday to negotiate treaties with the three Baltic republics, bypassing the Soviet government's central authority, Baltic officials said. In the republic of Byelorussia, the parliament declared that its laws take precedence over Soviet law and that Byelorussia has the right to its own armed forces, the official Tass news agency said. The developments came as setbacks to Soviet President Mikhail S.
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