The Duma, the lower body of the Russian Parliament, voted nearly unanimously (286-1) to prohibit the use of the army except in case of foreign invasion, and called for the government to forge animmediate ceasefire in Chechnya"without any preconditions."TIME Moscow correspondent Yuri Zarakhovichsays that the move actually will have very little effect on government policy. "It's a purely symbolic act," he says. "But it's a moral blow to theprestige of Yeltsin. In practical terms, if the president doesn't like it he can just dissolve the parliament."