Alexei Anatolievich Navalny Wiki Bio
Alexei Anatolievich Navalny, líder de la oposición rusa Alexei Navalny publicó una foto de sí mismo en un hospital en Alemania y dice que respira solo.
Alexei Navalny en Instagram
Publicó en Instagram: “Hola, soy Navalny. Te extrañé. Todavía no puedo hacer mucho, pero ayer logré respirar todo el día.
“Solo por mi cuenta, sin ayuda adicional, ni siquiera una válvula en mi garganta. Me gusta mucho. Es un proceso notable que muchos subestiman. Muy recomendado.”
Navalny aparece con su esposa y dos hijos en la publicación de Instagram….
Putin’s critic treatment?
Putin’s critic, 44, was flown to Berlin for treatment at Charite hospital two days after he fell ill on a domestic flight to Russia on August 20.
A German military laboratory determined that Navalny had been poisoned with Novichok, the same kind of Soviet-era agent that Britain claimed was used against former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter in Salisbury, England in 2018.
On Monday, the German government said tests conducted by laboratories in France and Sweden confirmed its findings.
The Kremlin was angered by calls from German Chancellor Angela Merkel and other leaders to answer questions about the poisoning, denying any official involvement.
Alexei Navalny age and basics?
- Born 4 June 1976 at Butyn, in the Moscow region
- Graduated in law at Moscow’s Friendship of the Peoples University in 1998
- Became a Yale World Fellow in 2010
- Lives in Moscow with his wife and two children.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov introduce
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov accused the West of using this incident as a pretext to introduce new sanctions against Moscow.
French President Emmanuel Macron’s office said on Monday it expressed “deep concern over the criminal act” that directly targeted Navalny with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The Kremlin said Putin’s appeal “highlighted the inadequacy of the unfounded charges against the Russian side” and underscored Russia’s request that Germany send tests and samples.
Putin also called for the joint work of German and Russian doctors.
Fighting on Russia
Although Navalny never had the public profile of jailed former oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky, parallels have been drawn between the two figures.
Khodorkovsky spent a decade in Russian jails, and when a court convicted him a second time in 2010, the lengthy prison sentence was announced on December 30, when most Russians were focused on the New Year holidays.
Unlike Khodorkovsky, who now resides in Switzerland, Navalny has vowed to continue fighting in Russia: He was arrested three times in 2017 for organizing unauthorized anti-Putin protests and briefly detained in early 2018.
Alexei Navalny Facing critics elsewhere
Navalny has spoken at ultranationalist events, causing concern among liberals. Russian nationalists were also wary of his ties to the United States after he spent a semester at Yale in 2010.
But when the opposition elected its own leaders in October 2012, it was Alexei Navalny who won, ahead of veteran Putin critic and former chess champion Garry Kasparov, although he had a small turnout of 81,801.
Russia’s annexation of Crimea from Ukraine and its support for pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine has been a problem for the anti-Putin opposition. Opinion polls suggest strong support for the intervention among Russians: the Kremlin denies having fomented the Ukraine conflict.
Navalny has been an advocate for sanctions against Putin’s allies. But a question that has been regularly raised about Navalny is whether he has any support beyond the population centers of Moscow and other cities.