Russia seeks to isolate Navalny’s allies and close part of Moscow before protests | The world

Russia seeks to isolate Navalny's allies and close part of Moscow before protests |  The world

A court Russia The opposition activist’s brother and several allies decided on Friday (29) Alexei Navalny Place Home Jail. Meanwhile, Moscow police announced that subway stations and streets near the Kremlin would be closed before the protests could take place.

The court decisions are part of the opposition leader’s crackdown on allies Vladimir PutinNavalny was released from prison on Saturday after tens of thousands of people protested across Russia.

Navalny goes to court via video link and responds to the news of the Allies’ arrest

Navalny’s followers are planning more protests across Russia on Sunday. Authorities said they were illegal.

Moscow police on Friday announced plans to close seven subway stations and several streets around the Kremlin on Sunday “because of calls for illegal meetings.”

Alexei Navalny on a plane at the airport in Berlin before leaving for the Russian capital Moscow – Photo: Paulina Ivanova / Reuters

Opposition politician’s brother Oleg Navalny and allies Lubov Sobol, Anastasia Vasilieva and Oleg Stepanov He was placed under house arrest until March 23 for calling for a protest. Maria Aliokhina, a member of the Pussy Riot band, was also placed under house arrest.

Navalny’s allies say they are being pursued to prevent their protests.

Alexei Navalny was a leading activist against the Russian government He was arrested on January 17 in Russia, Accused of tax fraud. The opposition leader refuses, saying he is a victim of persecution. He accused the Kremlin of having him Poisoning with a substance called novichok, last year. The Russian government, on its part, Discard this version.

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