Publication: Monitor Volume: 2 Issue: 110

Commenting on the alliances Yeltsin might strike if the elections go to a second round, presidential adviser Georgy Satarov identified Aleksandr Lebed as a more likely candidate than Grigory Yavlinsky. (Interfax, June 10) Rumors in Moscow indicate that Yeltsin will offer Lebed the post of deputy president in a move reminiscent of the 1991 election, when Yeltsin chose the popular Afghan vet, General Aleksandr Rutskoi, as his running mate.

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