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Who is Alexander Rutskoy?
Alexander Rutskoy: Alexander Vladimirovich Rutskoy is a Russian politician and a former Soviet military officer. Rutskoy served as the only Vice President of Russia from 10 July 1991 to 4 October 1993, and as the governor of Kursk Oblast from 1996 to 2000. In the course of the Russian constitutional crisis of 1993, he was proclaimed acting president of Russia, in opposition to Boris Yeltsin.
- also known as Руцкой, Александр Владимирович; 亚历山大·弗拉基米罗维奇·鲁茨科伊
- born on (68 years ago) in Khmelnytskyi
- nationality: Russia
- profession: Politician
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by Ali Askerov
On the same night, the Supreme Soviet declared Yeltsin removed from the presidency for breaching the constitution, and Vice President Alexander Rutskoy was sworn in as the acting president. YERMOLOV, ALEKSEY PETROVICH • 249 By early October, ...
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