In Russia Political opposition is under pressure. A 19-year-old was now on trial for opposing political prisoners.
Olga Mišić was sentenced to two years of nighttime house arrest. The girl is allowed to stay in her apartment Moscow His lawyer on the Telegram news channel said that he did not leave between 10 pm and 6 pm.
He is accused of hanging a banner in support of political prisoners at the Attorney General Building and putting paint on a shelter last August. Two comrades-in-arms were also convicted.
In the summer of 2019, Missik became known when she read police officers armed with the Russian constitution in protest against the boycott of several key members of the opposition in the city council election in Moscow. His lawyer announced that he would appeal. According to Russian media reports, “I do not intend to abide by these restrictions.”
There have been several protests over the past few months for the release of a detained Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny In russia. Hundreds of arrests were made at rallies in April.
Navalny is out soon after his return on 17 January Germany Arrested at Moscow’s Sheremayevo Airport and sentenced to several years in prison camp in a controversial court case. He is said to have violated probation requirements in previous criminal proceedings – before, but also while recovering from a nerve poison attack in Germany.
At a court hearing in late April, Navalny was outwardly unfamiliar. On March 31, opposition activists went on hunger strike against medical care being inadequate while in custody. As a result, Navalni’s health deteriorated and she was treated at a civil hospital. “Given all the circumstances,” he said that at the end of April, he started withdrawing from the hunger strike.