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  • Yeah.

  • Anastasia Vasilyeva is an ally of Alexey Navalny, the prominent Russian opposition politician currently imprisoned.

  • She's his personal medic.

  • She's playing the piano while the police raided her home.

  • It seems like these in the last few days have played out across Russia as authorities have raided the homes and offices of those close to the critic of President Vladimir Putin.

  • And on Thursday, a court ordered that Navalny remain behind bars, rejecting the appeal against his detention.

  • MAWR Mass protests by his supporters may hit this weekend, demanding his release.

  • Truth is on our side, he's telling the court via video link.

  • We are the majority and we won't allow a bunch of villains to impose their rules on our country.

  • Polls suggest Putin dwarfs Navalny in popularity Navalny was originally arrested on alleged parole violations when he returned to Russia after recovering from the poisoning attempt on his life, and has faced many legal cases against him, including embezzlement, which he says are trumped up charges to silence him.

  • His allies that were rated have been accused of encouraging illegal protests, encouraging minors to participate in those protests and breaking coronavirus restrictions.

  • Tens of thousands of people turned out to those protests across the country.

  • Almost 4000 of them were detained in Moscow alone.

  • Navalny could face years in prison.


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Navalny denied release as more Russian protests loom

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/01/30
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