World Case Alexei Navalny: The prison authorities have decided to transfer the Russian opponent to the
on hunger strike, Alexei Navalny threatened to be powered from force
© Copyright 2021, Obs Russian opponent Alexei Navalny, on hungry strike in his penitentiary since March 31, is threatened to be powered by the authorities, announced on Monday, April 12 his official Twitter account. "It weighs 77 kg," said the account @Navalny, saying that he has lost eight kilos since the beginning of his action. "With regard to the seriousness of the hunger strike, the administration (prison) threatens it daily to force it", "he continues.
hospital the Russian authorities reaffirmed that the state of health of the opponent was "satisfactory"Russia - The Russian authorities reaffirmed that the state of health of the opponent was "satisfactory"
the prison authoritiesdecided to transfer , on a hunger strike for about three weeks, in a prisoner hospital, they announced in a statement published on Monday, judging despite all the state of health of the "satisfactory" opponent.
"A commission of doctors (...) has decided on the transfer of a. Navalny to a hospital unit for convicts found in the territory of the Penitentiary Colony No. 3 of the Vladimir region, "said the prison service of this region in a statement.
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However, the opponent's doctors shot the alarm this weekend, believing that Salexi Navalny,strike in his prison, could have a cardiac arrest at any time.
Russian authorities suspend activities of Navalny's political group .
Russian authorities suspended the offices and operations of opposition leader Alexei Navalny, pending a court ruling on whether to ban them as an extremist organization. © Provided by Washington Examiner Allies of Navalny posted messages on social media Monday about the injunction filed by the Moscow prosecutor's office, which seeks to outlaw and restrict activities of the Foundation for Fighting Corruption.