Slovenec: Chechnya as Lebed's Downfall

Russian security chief Alexander Lebed may have signed a truce in Grozny with separatists rebels' military commander Aslan Mashadow, but he nevertheless faces bleak future. A day earlier Russian president Boris Yeltsin said he wasn't completely satisfied with Lebed and his work in Chechnya. Is it possible then that speculations of experts will come true about Lebed's opponents in Kremlin trying to commit him with solving a seemingly unsolvable problem of the breakaway republic of Chechnya in a feat of revengeful fury, wonders daily Slovenec Friday.

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