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Severe punishment for speaking against Putin! Opposition leader Alexey Navalny jailed for 19 years on new charges

Russia’s opposition leader, Alexei Navalny, a prominent critic of Putin and the Kremlin, was given a further 19 years in prison on other new charges. Today he appeared in the court in front of the judge in jail uniform only. However, he had predicted a day before that, ‘He will still be sentenced for another 18 years.’

Kremlin (Russia): Russia’s opposition leader, Putin and a prominent critic of the Kremlin, Alexey Navalny, was sentenced to another 19 years in court on Friday on other new charges. Today he appeared in the court in front of the judge in jail uniform only. However, he had predicted a day earlier that, ‘He will still be sentenced for another 18 years.’ Which appeared to be true today. Sentenced in extremism and other cases. Alexey is already serving a nine-year prison sentence.

The court has pronounced this sentence a day after Alexey’s prediction. Alexey had said, ‘I can still be sentenced to 18 more years of ‘Stalinism’. In the report of AFP, it was told that on Friday Alexi appeared before the judge in the court. During his appearance in the court, he was wearing prison clothes and was seen laughing and talking to K’s lawyer.

His party spokeswoman Kira Yarmysh said, “Alexey has been given the harshest sentence of 19 years, which he will have to spend in the most secure prison.” He is already serving a 9-year prison sentence in a Russian prison for fraud and contempt of court. This prison is located east of Moscow, the capital of Russia.

This decision of the court has been condemned by many countries of the world. Germany and the Chief of the European Union are also included in the condemning countries. German Foreign Minister Annalena Bayerbock said on social media, “It is a complete injustice to imprison Alexei Navalny for the next 19 years by Russia’s arbitrary justice system.” And afraid to stand up for democracy. Even from a prison cell…he will not be able to silence critical voices.’ Mary Struthers, Amnesty International’s director for Eastern Europe and Central Asia, called the sentence ‘an appalling act of political vendetta’.

Source Russian Media

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