Putin critic and top opposition activist could be IN PRISON during Russia elections

Putin critic and top opposition activist could be IN PRISON during Russia elections
 

The Tver court of Moscow is set to consider all materials of the case against the 41-year-old on March 5, according to spokeswoman Svetlana Maksimova.
Russian authorities are due to charge Navalny with violating order by organising the rally illegally.
If found guilty, he faces a fine of up to 300,000 rubles (£383) and up to 30 days of arrest.
If given the maximum sentence, Navalny could stay behind bars until April 4, just four days before the end of the Russian presidential elections.
The anti-corruption campaigner, who has been barred from registering as a candidate in the March... read more

 
27 February 2018 in World News, Views: 33
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