The Russian judiciary ceases the activities of the Navalni organizations

A Moscow court on Monday ordered the cessation of activities by organizations associated with opposition leader Alexei Navalni in response to a complaint that they labeled “extremists,” according to Anti-Corruption Foundation director Ivan Zhdanov and other members their environment.

The judiciary is provisionally meeting the prosecutor’s criteria, which the organizations had put in the spotlight at a crucial time due to the increasing mobilization of protesters in favor of Navalni, last recorded on Wednesday last week.

The court has provisionally vetoed the activities of the Anti-Corruption Foundation, the Civil Rights Protection Foundation and the Navalni Campaign headquarters pending a verdict, according to lawyer Ivan Pavlov, quoted by the TASS agency .

The Russian judiciary ceases the activities of the Navalni organizations
The Russian judiciary ceases the activities of the Navalni organizations

Zhdanov, who published the decision on the Internet, has assured that with these types of measures the authorities are demonstrating that they are “afraid” of the activities of the above-mentioned organizations, Navalni’s keynote speaker and criticism of the government.

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