Sunday, January 17, 2021

European Council President Calls on Russia to Release Opposition Vlogger Navalny - Sputnik International

Charles Michel


European Council President Charles Michel on Sunday urged the Russian authorities to release Russian opposition figure Alexey Navalny.



Earlier in the day, Navalny landed at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport where he was arrested by the Russian detention authority for multiple probation violations.

    "The detainment of Alexey #Navalny upon arrival in Moscow is unacceptable. I call on Russian authorities to immediately release him," Michel tweeted...

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Police detain Kremlin critic Navalny

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  1. Russian opposition blogger Alexey Navalny who was put on the wanted list for missing several criminal inspection registrations as a person under a suspended sentence for the Yves Rocher case has been detained at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport, the press service for the Moscow department of the Federal Penitentiary Service said on Sunday.

    "On January 17, Alexey Navalny who is under a suspended sentence was detained by officers of the search section of the Moscow department of the Federal Penitentiary Service at the Sheremetyevo airport. He has been on the wanted list since December 29, 2020 for repeated violations of the probation term. Further measures of restraint will be determined by court. Navalny will be in custody until a court ruling," it said.

    "Navalny was detained under the December 29, 2020 resolution of the chief of the Federal Penitentiary Service’s Moscow department which put convict Navalny on the wanted list for repeated violations of the terms of the probation period and issued an instruction to detain him when his whereabout are identified," it added.

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    1. According to the press service, Navalny’s attorney was notified about his placing on the wanted list and about a motion referred to Moscow’s Simonovsky district court on revoking his suspended sentence and enforcing the court verdict.

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    2. On December 30, 2014, Moscow’s Zamoskvoretsky district court sentenced Navalny to 3.6 years in jail with a probation period of five years and a fine of 500,000 rubles (6,800 US dollars) on charges of fraud and money legalization. On August 4, 2017, the probation term was extended for one year.

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    3. According to the penitentiary authority, Navalny repeatedly violated the probation term throughout 2020 and missed obligatory registration with the penitentiary inspection twice a month on certain days. Such violations were reported in January 2020 (two), in February, March, July, and August. The last time he appeared for registration was on August 3, 2020. He has been repeatedly warned that such violations could entail revocation of the suspended sentence and its replacement with a real prison term. Navalny was not summoned for registration during the period of his treatment at Berlin’s Charite clinic. However, according to official reports from it, he was released on September 23, 2020. Later, he confirmed this information in a notification to the penitentiary authority. "Nevertheless, despite the lack of objective reasons, he never appeared for registration from October 2020 to the end of the probation period, thus violating the probation terms," the press service explained.

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    4. The press service stressed that the principle of unavoidability of responsibility and strict obedience by the law is applicable to all Russian citizens. Thus, more than 15,000 suspended sentences were revoked by court verdicts and replaced with real prison terms in 2019. "We would like to stress that this is practiced in respect of those convicts who missed their chance to walk free," it added.

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