Yeltsin: dissolution of the CPSU, Viskuli Chechnya, union state

Boris Yeltsin (born in 1931) made his career in the Communist Party, was the first secretary of the Sverdlovsk Regional Party Committee and the Metropolitan, candidate member of the Politburo. In 1987, after a conflict with the General Secretary of the CPSU Misha Gorbachev was removed from the Politburo.In the spring of 1989 triumphantly defeated on Election of People’s Deputies of the USSR, was co-chair (together with Andrei Sakharov) Interregional Deputy Group, which sought to democratize the Soviet Union. Belarus to the team included Vasil Bykov Ales Adamovich, Alexander Dobrovolsky, Viktor Kornienko, Sergei Gabrusev Yuri Voronezhcev, Stanislav Shushkevich. Later there

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China bought about 1.2 million tons of corn

This year, China imported from the U.S., about 1.2 million tonnes of maize. This is more than ten times the volume of imports of cereals in the past couple of decades. The Chinese authorities have refused to explain the reasons that prompted them to take this step.

As reported by the publication of The Wall Street Journal, in June this year, the trade ship, filled up to the top of U.S. corn arrived in the port of Longkou Bohai Bay. It was the first time in 15 years and was of great interest to analysts and international observers. Total to

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The failure of the referendum in Moldova

Society Less than 30% of Moldovan voters participated in the referendum on the return of direct presidential elections. One of the reasons was the campaign of the Communist Party to boycott the referendum.

The referendum shamed all sociological centers in the country, according to exit polls turnout was expected to be 65%. In fact, to the polls come 29.67% of voters. By law, a referendum was held, when it participated third of citizens eligible to vote. Do not have complete data on voting Moldovans living abroad, as well as in the separatist Transnistria, but their voices will not change

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Event had to be moved

Political intrigue in Ukraine is still going on, despite the fact that the elections to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine ended more than a week ago. Various parties are going to show people that they have come to power without reason and are going from day to begin to defend their values. Of course, one of the best values of the Communist Party is a celebration of great feasts, which are connected with the history of the Soviet Union. But this time they were not able to hold its next event just as they did previously planned. Thus, in the

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Elections in Moldova: continued political stalemate

Society On the last Sunday in Moldova held early parliamentary elections. According to preliminary data, the Alliance for European Integration has strengthened its position slightly, but hardly enough to choose the president. The results of the elections will not solve the situation of political deadlock, for which they were held.For the third time in 2 years in Moldova held parliamentary elections. On the basis of processing 95% of the vote can be said that the Communists have lost a little representation in parliament: they had 49 seats out of 101, will now have forty-fourth unit "Our Moldova", which was part

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Should Zyuganov leave and make way for the young?

Since the collapse or, as they say many, the collapse of the Russian Union passed almost 20 years. Has had time to grow up a generation that is only from the stories of older relatives, the lessons of history and of the television knows that more completely so long dreamed of building their homeland of communism. But neither communism nor socialism with unhappy in a human face to build and did not work, despite all the appeals and solemn promises from the stands of numerous party congresses. Despite the almost complete lack of support for the Communist Party not only

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