In an article in Britain’s Guardian newspaper, French daily Le Monde, and Germany’s Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Navalny blamed Western leaders for taking the fight against corruption to the fore. According to him, corruption plays a decisive role in the failure of the world, for example in Afghanistan.
It was the fact that the West did not “notice” the absolute corruption in Afghanistan that did not want to talk about this unpleasant subject, One of the main reasons for the victory of the Taliban,“Wrote a well-known critic of the Kremlin.
“Until specific sanctions are imposed on the oligarchy, especially in the region someThe opposition politician stressed that “a role model for the corrupt around the world, any anti-corruption rhetoric in the West would sound like a game and hollow words.” According to Corruption, corruption is a global fertile ground for the flourishing of new authoritarianism in the world, which can be observed in Russia, Burma, Venezuela and Eritrea.
In a post on social media, Navalny said that today he celebrates his birth day for the second time. He thanked the pilots who made an emergency landing a year ago when he collapsed on a flight from Tomsk to Moscow, and rescue workers for their help and loved ones monitoring his hospitalization.
Last August, Navalny passed out from a hospital in Omsk, Siberia, Omsk, who had initially received him with symptoms of poisoning, unconscious to Berlin for treatment. According to a German military laboratory, he was poisoned with a banned nerve agent from a group of novices. Poisoning with this substance has also been confirmed by the International Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW). He attributed the attack on Navalny to Putin and the FSB, the Russian intelligence services. But the Kremlin denies all the allegations.
The opposition leader is now serving a 2.5-year prison sentence for alleged embezzlement at the Yves Rocher cosmetics company. But the company itself denied any damages. Navalnyj remembers that he was convicted in a trial deemed unfair by the European Court of Human Rights, for which the Russian state had already paid him compensation.
Russia does not like Navalny
Russia’s agency for communications, information technology and media censorship, Roskomnadzor, has called on Google and Apple to remove the app of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny from their online stores. According to the bureau, the app is used to promote the activities of organizations that are considered extremist and banned in Russia. This was announced by the Russian news agency Interfax.
The office refers to a decision by a Russian court declaring the anti-corruption foundation of the imprisoned opposition Navalny an extremist organization and banning it. Navalny’s allies began posting news and blogs via the app after Roskomnadzor blocked their website, Reuters reported.
In recent months, Russian courts have begun to impose sanctions on tech giants, including Google and Facebook, Fines in the range of millions of rubles for not blocking content that the Russian authorities consider illegal, Including calls from Navalny’s supporters to take part in protests against the Kremlin.
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