Inside Story
The legacy of Boris Yeltsin
Inside Story looks at the legacy of the former Russian president.
Last Modified: 25 Apr 2007 13:27 GMT

Boris Yeltsin [AP]
The body of former Russian president Boris Yeltsin is lying in state in Moscow ahead of his funeral tomorrow.

As crowds gather to pay their respects, what is his legacy? How has Russia changed and what does its future hold?


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