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Presidential elections were held in the Russian SFSR in 1991. They were the first presidential elections in the country's history and followed a referendum on directly electing a president. The result was a victory for Boris Yeltsin who received 58.6% of the vote. Although Yeltsin ran as an independent, he was supported by Democratic Russia.
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