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US News The Russian imprisoned opponent Navalny knew that he "violated the law", assures Vladimir Putin

23:05  16 june  2021
23:05  16 june  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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The Russian opponent Alexei Navalny, imprisoned in Russia, "knew he was violating the law" by not respecting the conditions of a suspended conviction while he was treated in Germany after poisoning, says Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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"He made it consciously to be arrested"

"This man knew that he violated the law in Russia" , "said Vladimir Putin during a press conference after his meeting with Joe Biden, in reference The violations of a previous conviction that imposed on Alexei Navalny to point out regularly with penitentiary services.

Alexei Navalny had been transferred to the coma in a Berlin hospital in August after an poisoning in Russia which he accuses the Kremlin. He stayed nearly six months convaled in Germany and was arrested on his return to Russia in January, the authorities replaced him to have not pointed like he should have done.

Consequently, his sentence on suspension in a fraud case dating back to 2014 was commuted to firm prison. He has since incarcerated. "In all knowledge of the cause, ignoring the law, he went to be treated abroad," continued Vladimir Putin: "He did what he wanted". "He made it consciously to be stopped" , "he hammered.

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Regarding the Fund of Corruption (FBK) of Alexei Navalny, recently prohibited and declared "extremist" and to participate in the legislative elections of September, Vladimir Putin considered that he had "publicly called for mass disorders , involved minors [...] and publicly indicated how to make Molotov cocktails ".

Guantánamo: "It's human rights?

Questioned on the designations under the status of "foreigners agents" who succeed each other towards independent media or NGOs, Vladimir Putin considered that these organizations were supported by the United States, who consider that Russia as an "enemy and opponent".

"If Russia is the enemy, what organizations will the United States support? Those who hinder it "," he said.

Vladimir Putin, who accuses Washington regularly from

"two weights - two measures" in respect of respects of human rights, evoked the fate of the supporters of Donald Trump arrested during the assault of the Capitol in January .

He also cited the case of the prisoner camp for terrorism in Guantánamo:

"It's human rights? , he wondered.

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