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A Russian court on Monday ordered the preventive detention for 30 days of the opponent Alexei Navalny, since his controversial arrest on Sunday when he arrived in Moscow from Germany, where he spent five months in convalescence from poisoning.
“I have been imposed 30 days of preventive detention, until February 15, 2021Navalny wrote on his Twitter account from the same room where a court hearing was held at a police station on the outskirts of Moscow. His lawyer Vadim Kobzev corroborated the data.
And YouTube, Navalny called on the population to protest. “Every day we lose the opportunities that the present gives us. Every day we are losing our future: 20 years in a row now! For 20 years in a row we have become impoverished, our country is degrading, our education is getting worse, our health care is increasingly miserable. And no one can stop this except ourselves. So I urge you: do not be silent, resist, go out. Nobody can protect us but ourselves, and there are so many of us that if we want to achieve something, we will achieve it ”.
Navalny was detained at the passport review control at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport upon arriving from Berlin on Sunday, where he was treated after the August poisoning that he claims on the Kremlin.
Navalny’s arrest adds another layer of tension to relations between Moscow and the West that have long been delicate and worsened by his poisoning. Numerous political leaders condemned the move and called for his immediate release.
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