This info pack aims to present the primary development stages of Alexey Navalny’s social movement at the federal and regional levels.

Aruuke Uran Kyzy 22 February 2021

On February 3, 2020, the Simonovsky Court of Moscow granted the request of the Federal Penitentiary Service and sentenced Alexey Navalny to two years and eight months in a prison colony in a landmark decision for Russian President Vladimir Putin’s crackdown on the country’s leading opposition figure. The government’s decision came despite massive street protests and international criticism from the US government and other foreign leaders. Near the courthouse, the police detained 370 people during the protests. Ambassadors and state representatives from more than half a dozen western countries audited the court proceedings. Navalny had blamed Putin for organising his assassination with the poison novichok, igniting mass protests across Russia. This info pack aims to present the primary development stages of Alexey Navalny’s social movement at the federal and regional levels and lays down the latest case of "Yves Rocher".

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