- Putin opponent jokes as regards latest escalation by authorities
- Navalny says he is labeled “terrorist” over his bunk bed
MOSCOW, Oct. 11 (Reuters) – Imprisoned Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny said: on Monday that a prison committee had labeled him an extremist and terrorist, but officially no longer regarded him as a escape risk.
navalny said: on Instagram that he was subpoenaed before a committee at the prison in Vladimir region, east of Moscow, which voted unanimously in favor of the change of status.
The indication marks further escalation of official Busy against The most prominent domestic critic of President Vladimir Putin, currently serve two-and-onehalf year in prison for parole violations huh says were made up up to thwart his political ambitions.
Navalny made light of the announcement, saying that he fact he was no longer designated as susceptible to escape and would thus be subject to less frequent and strict nighttime checks by guards.
“I Was Afraid They Would” demand that I kiss portraits of Putin and learn quotes from (former president) Dmitry Medvedev by heart, but there is no need,” he said in the post, die was published with the help of his lawyers.
“To be just that there is now one sign over my bed that I am a terrorist.”
There was no confirmation from Russian authorities of the change in Navalny’s status and the Federal Penitentiary Service (FSIN) not immediately reply on request for comment.
CRACKDOWN ON ALLIES
Navalny, 45, was jailed after returning to Russia on the start of this year from Germany, where he underwent months of treatment to recover from poisoning with An military-degree nerve gas in Siberia in August 2020.
The Kremlin has denied any involvement and has repeatedly said its case is a matter for the prison maintenance. Putin is doing everything he can avoid even mention his name.
Navalny’s movement suffered from new blow in June when a court ruled that his activities were extremist. A lot of of his allies have their homes raids of their freedom of movement restricted, and some have fled abroad. Last month, Russia opened a new criminal case against Navalny die could keep him in jail for another decade.
RIA news agency said a Moscow court on Monday rejected an action by Navalny against the prosecutor office over the blockade of his YouTube channel. The channel had advised Russians how until vote in a parliamentary election die went on to be won by the pro-Putin United Russia party.
Some of Navalny’s supporters have criticized last to soften award of the Nobel Peace Prize to Russian journalist Dmitry Muratov, die said that Navalny a more deserving winner. Muratov dedicated the prize until six of the journalists of his newspaper murdered for their work while also say he would have given it to Navalny.
Reporting by Bureau Moscow; Written by Mark Trevelyan; Editing by Andrew Osborn, Hugh Lawson and Philippa Fletcher
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