Kremlin wife of Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny refuses to respond to her husband’s request Health issues Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.
Julia Navalnaya complained on Instagram on Thursday that her husband had back pain and that the authorities did not allow the doctors she trusted to recover. He demanded that Russian President Vladimir Putin release Navalny immediately.
He referred to Russian ambassadors representing Russian citizens, arguing that disciplinary action in some foreign prisons was often “more severe and inhumane” than in Russia. In doing so, he responded to a complaint that he was being kept awake by the guards every hour of the night, declaring that a person was likely to escape.
A Kremlin spokesman rejected the idea that a parallel could be drawn between Navalny, who died in prison in 2009, and auditor Sergei Magnitsky. According to Pesco, the “only” similarity is that the MDI writes that they are both guilty.
In an earlier Instagram post, Navalny said getting out of bed hurts him so much because his back hurts and the problem spreads to his right leg, he can’t stand, some parts of which are numb. As he wrote, he could not sit during the court hearing because he was only able to stand up because of the nerve trap.
Once, Mikhail Kodarkovsky, who was in prison for 10 years, told me that the most important thing there is not to get sick. No one will cure you. If you become seriously ill, you will die
Pokrov in Vladimir County wrote to the opposition detained in the 2nd Amendment colony.
Sergei Magnitsky was employed by William Broder, a British businessman of American descent who ran Hermitage Capital’s investment firm in the Russian market for ten years. The auditor told Russian housing officials that the equivalent of $ 230 million had been embezzled from the Russian budget. Nevertheless, Russian authorities began operations against Magnitsky, who died in 2009 in pre-trial detention under ambiguous circumstances.
According to reports in the Russian press, the accountant may have been assaulted, but prosecutors said the death was due to heart failure. An investigation by a Russian presidential panel found that he had been detained inappropriately and that prison officials had refused his medical service. The Council of Europe later reached a similar conclusion.