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MOSCOW -In a sign of how far
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old nemesis Mikhail S. Gorbachev
rose from the Soviet political grave-
yard yesterday to warn the West that
Russia is backsliding on democratic
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Sounding like a presidential can-
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Yeltsin for leading Russia "from coup
to coup" into the bloodshed of
Chechnya. In a speech to Western
executives, the former Soviet leader
said only early elections can rescue
Russia from crisis. Gorbachev's at-
tack was one note in a growing chorus
of condemnation of Yeltsin, whose
popularity and credibility - as well
as the national currency - have been
driven to new lows by the 2-month-
old war in Chechnya.
Today, Yeltsin will try to steady
his staggering presidency when he
delivers his annual address to Parlia-
ment, reassuring disillusioned Rus-
sians and a skeptical West that he is
still the "main engine and guarantor"
of reform, as Foreign Minister Andrei
V. Kozyrev put it.
The president may also distance
himself from the military bungling
and brutality in Chechnya, and call
for long-delayed reform of the armed
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Inflation ran nearly 18 percent in
January, and the inflation rate has
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Los Angeles Times
LA ESTRELLA, Mexico -Fed-
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Zapatista leaders, she said, according
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ers has been halted, the arrest war-
rants are still in place. But the Mexi-
can Congress will consider a blanket
amnesty bill for the rebels at a special
session beginning Monday.
Zedillo sent the 17-page bill to
Congress yesterday, calling for "a
new political order in Chiapas."
"The path is open for all personali-
ties, all leaders and all organizations to
participate in the construction of a new
democratic order in Chiapas," Zedillo
told Congress. "To that end, I believe it
will help greatly to declare an amnesty
that could give refuge to Zapatistamem-
bers--on thecondition that, inapeace-
ful way, they forge agreements that
guarantee a peaceful solution."
On the perimeter of the former
guerrilla stronghold in Chiapas, vil-
lagers recounted their Zapatista neigh-
bors' rapid flight Friday as troops
approached along the rutted dirt roads.
Only growling dogs now guard
the ransacked cabins of La Estrella.
Zapatistas, who reportedly fled for
the a nature preserve in the jungle, left
a five-pound pot of beans rotted on
one stove. A children's illustrated
book about the Maya legend of cre-
ation and a Bible in Tzeltal, a Mayan
dialect, were left on the ground.
"They all ran off into the moun-
tains, even taking tiny babies," said
VirginiaMorales, a29-year-old shop-
keeper and mother of four who lives
near La Estrella. "Those children are
going to die."
The shacks' sparse furnishings -
beds and a few crude chairs - were
overturned, and clothing, blankets and
food packages sent by relief agencies
were strewn across dirt floors.
"They were terribly afraid, fright-
ened that the army would kill them and
theirchildren," said FranciscoLorenzo,
a resident of nearby San Miguel.
During the 13 months the rebels
controlled the area, La Estrella resi-
dents were known as committed
Zapatistas. However, residents of
nearby ranches denied widespread
reports of a confrontation between
the Mexican army and Zapatistas here.
"They fled long before the sol-
diers came," said Mateo Mendoza,
who owns a 40-acre ranch two miles
from the village. "I heard no gunfire."
In Mexico City, Zedillo gave no
explanation for his decision to seek
amnesty for the same leaders he or-
dered arrested just seven days earlier.
But he indicated that the military
crackdown had been designed to rein-
state the rule of law and the
government's presence in a vast re-
gion wherethe rebels have held sway.
A committee of elected senators
and House deputies - many of whom
were opposed to the government's
crackdown - is to arrive today in
Chiapas' statecapital, TuxtlaGutierrez,
where they hope to use the pending
offer of amnesty to restore negotiations
begun with the Zapatistas in late De-
cember, congressional sources said.
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