Alexei Navalny, a key opponent of the Russian government, confirmed on Wednesday that he had been transferred to another prison not far from Moscow, and had a reputation for abusing prisoners, AFP reported.
“Greetings to everyone on the farm (prison) with strict rule. Yesterday (Tuesday) I was transferred to the IK-6 + Melekhovo + prison, 250 kilometers east of Moscow, “Navalny wrote on his Facebook page. Instagram.
Alexei Navalny used paradox to realize that his “space journey continues” and went “from ship to ship”. “I’m in isolation, so I don’t have to say much,” he said.
The day comes after the Russian activist, 46, was confirmed released from prison, a day after his supporters warned that he was missing from the prison where he worked and his whereabouts were unknown.
IK-6 Melekhov Prison is located near the city of Vladimir Sparked several press inquiriesPrisoners are said to have been mistreated.
In May, Navalny’s spokeswoman Kira Iarmych warned that the prison was “one of the most dangerous in Russia” and promised that “prisoners would be tortured and killed there.”
Alexei Navalny, a politician who opposed Russian President Vladimir Putin, was detained after returning from Germany in January 2021, where he recovered from neurotoxin-induced toxicity allegedly planned by the Kremlin.
He was sentenced to two and a half years in prison for violating parole.
In March, a politician and activist was sentenced to nine years in prison for fraud and contempt of court. Political motive and trying to keep him in jail as much as possible.
The judge ordered the Russian government critic to serve the new sentence in a maximum security prison, which he will transfer after appealing to the court in early June.
Navalny worked in the Pokrov penal colony, 100 kilometers from Moscow, which is already considered one of Russia’s “hardest” places.
By strengthening Navalny’s sentence, the Kremlin’s new wave of repression was directed against supporters of the Russian opposition and other opposition activists or independent journalists in an attempt to quell political discontent.
Some of Navalny’s key supporters have already found themselves facing criminal charges Forced to leave their country.
The political infrastructure of Navalny’s supporters, which includes the Anti – Corruption Foundation and a network of regional offices, was also destroyed after it was identified as an extremist organization.
The names of Navalny and other allies are now on Russia’s list of terrorists and extremists.
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