Growing Pains: Russian Democracy and the Election of 1993

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1.
The trend toward localization in Russian politics is discussed in reference to the April 25, 1993, referendum by Wendy Slater, "No Victors in the Russian Referendum," RFE/RL Research Report, vol. 2, no. 21 ( May 21, 1993), p. 17.
2.
John J. Stephan, The Russian Far East: A History ( Stanford University Press, 1994), p. 84. Chinese traders in modern-day Vladivostok continue to refer to the city as Haishenwei, and even in 1993 many of the smaller border towns in the krai bore their original Chinese names. This failure to Russify border areas helped bring historical fear of "yellow peril" into the immediate present.
3.
The national figure for the same period is 35 percent. Some Primor'e industries fared particularly poorly. Production in the chemical and petrochemical industries, for example, dropped nearly 60 percent, and cement production fell by 71.8 percent. Primorskii Krai v 1993 gody: statisticheskii yezhegodnik (Primorskii krai in 1993: a statistical yearbook) ( Goskomstat Rossii Primorskii krayevoi komitet gosudarstvennoi statistiki, Vladivostok), pp. 99-101. Figures for Russia from Rossiiskii Statisticheskii Ezhegodnik (Russian Statistical Yearbook) ( Moscow: Gosudarstvennii Komitet Rossiiskoi Federatsii po Statistike, 1995), p. 311.
4.
Figures from Dal'nii Vostok Rossii Ekonomicheskii Yezhegodnik 1992 (Economic Yearbook of the Russian Far East, 1992) (Khabarovsk: Economic Research Institute), cited in Russian Far East Update, vol. 3, no. 4 ( April 1993), p. 8.
5.
Direct trade fell by 4 percent in 1993. Ekonomicheskii Yezhegodnik: Sotsial'no-ekonomicheskoe razvitie Primorskogo kraya (Statistical Yearbook: The economic development of Primorskii krai) ( Vladivostok: Mezhdunarodnyi institut kon"yuktury i prognozirovaniya, 1994), p. 23.
6.
In June 1991, 64 percent of Primor'e voters voted for Yeltsin. The average for Russia was 59.7 percent. In the April 1993 referendum, 65.9 percent of Primor'e respondents answered "yes" to the question: "Do you trust the president of the Russian Federation?" The national average was 59.9 percent.
7.
Average rating for the Primor'e delegation for the 1993-95 period. Michael McFaul and Nikolai Petrov, Politicheskii al'manakh Rossii (Political Almanac of Russia) ( Moscow: Camegie Endowment for International Peace, 1995), p. 299.
8.
Peter Kirkow's characterization of Nazdratenko as a regional "warlord" conforms with the analysis in this chapter. Peter Kirkow ", Regional Warlordism in Russia: The Case of Primorskii Krai," in Europe-Asia Studies, vol. 47, no. 6 ( September 1995), pp. 923-47.
9.
Alexandra Vacroux, "Privatization in the Regions: Primorskiy Kray," in Russia: Creating Private Enterprises and Efficient Markets ( Washington, D.C.: The World Bank, The Private Sector Development Department, 1994), p. 41, cited in Kirkow, "Regional Warlordism in Russia," p. 927.
10.
After several failed attempts to hold gubernatorial elections, Nazdratenko successfully won local electoral mandate in December 1995, when Primor'e was one of only five subjects of the Federation permitted to hold gubernatorial elections

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