Review of Slovene Press

Ljubljana, 5 July - Russian elections were won by a politician who introduced democracy and took the country on the path of difficult but necessary market reforms, a man who symbolizes political and economic stability and hope for better future, a man who enjoys support from Russia's democratic public, the media, all former Soviet country leaders and most political, financial and others circles at home and abroad, writes Delo Friday in its article entitled A Binding Victory. Yeltsin's strong victory is also binding for the new (old) Kremlin leadership, as the voters backed him, because they believed it would carry out new reforms. Major topics will now have to be pushed aside to make room for what so far received little attention - concern for a common man. More actions and less history is what heritage of the "second Yeltsin" will be judged by, also setting the course of democracy after he leaves office.

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