In 1993 Boris Yeltsin visited Yaroslavl Oblast. Having pacified the putsch of 1993, Yeltsin literally drowned infamous love here on Epiphany Square. Here he unveiled an impressive monument. After another three years, during the 1996 presidential campaign, everything happened again. This stock footage shows the central square of Yaroslavl. You can see crowds of people and loud statements. Six weeks before the elections, Boris Nikolaevich did not skimp on them and branded opponents. Boris Yeltsin, the first president of Russia: “The commies cannot be allowed back to power. There should be no return. These people have already ruined everything they can. It will be tough not to return to the past. “
In 1993 Boris Yeltsin visited Yaroslavl Oblast
On October 4, 1993, troops loyal to Boris Yeltsin, after a tank attack, stormed the parliament building. Afterwards, they arrested Alexander Rutskoy, Ruslan Khasbulatov, and other opposition leaders. As a result, over 150 people died. Several hundred people were injured.
On October 15, 1993, Boris Yeltsin signed a decree on a popular vote on the draft Constitution.
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