The Russian Federal Prison Service (FSZIN), on Tuesday, filed a lawsuit in a Moscow court that began transferring the suspended prison sentence imposed on Navalny in the so-called Yves Rocher case. FSZIN said Sunday night that the politician would remain in custody until the court ruling. Navalny returned home from Berlin, where he was hospitalized after being poisoned in Russia by several Western laboratories in August. The Kremlin denied it had anything to do with the incident.
We wrote earlier:
Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny returned to Moscow and the plane carrying him landed at Sheremetyevo airport on Sunday evening. Bodida’s plane was scheduled to land in Vnukovo, but this airport was closed. Police arrested dozens of activists in Vnukovo, where hundreds of opponents gathered to welcome the politician. The authorities also arrested many activists and journalists heading to Moscow in St. Petersburg.
Navalny returned home from Berlin, where he was hospitalized after being poisoned in Russia by several Western laboratories in August. The Kremlin denied it had anything to do with the incident.
Before the arrival of the politician’s trip, police detained several opposition activists, including Navalny’s brother, Oleg, and his staff, the statue of Lyubov and Ruslan Savginov, and pressed his followers into one corner of the waiting room. The authorities also arrested several activists and journalists in St. Petersburg, who were preparing to travel to Moscow to receive the politician.
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