Canada two close collaborators of Navalny become "terrorists and extremists"

21:03  14 january  2022
21:03  14 january  2022 Source:   rfi.fr

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This is an information that usually falls on Fridays in Russia, new rankings "foreign agents" or other infamous qualifications. On January 14, it was the two main allies of Alexei Navalny who were added to the Russian catalog of "terrorists and extremists". It a few days from the first anniversary of the arrest of the opponent and the repression of his movement that followed.

with our correspondent in Moscow, Anissa El-Jabri

They come to a list of several thousands of individuals.

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The names of Ivan JDANOV and Leonid Volkov now rub shoulders with members of prohibited Islamist or ultranational organizations in Russia, qualified as terrorists and extremists such as Taliban members and the Islamic State Organization.

These two old Alexi Navalny straight arms live already in exile. Leonid Volkov led the regional campaign offices of the opponent imprisoned and supervised his national campaigns. Ivan Jdanov is the former head of the Antiborruce Foundation now dissolved.

"We are pioneers for this kind of ass," reacted the Twitter. His father is already in a detention in an investigation for fraud. The prison is a retaliatory action often used for the family of those who flee the prosecution in Russia.

For those who stay too: a pregnant young woman, former militant of the Navalny Movement five years ago in the provinces, was incarcerated a few weeks ago. The law classifying the extremist movement is retroactive.

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