He is one of the most prominent critics of Russian President Putin. Against Navalny, 2014, imposed a house arrest. The European court of human rights has condemned Russia for now.
The European court of human rights (ECtHR) has condemned Russia because of the imposition of the ten months of house arrest against the Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny. The Strasbourg judges behind the 2014 arranged Arrest for political reasons, as stated in the judgment.
of The months-long deprivation of liberty was not justified and was in breach of the fundamental right to freedom, argued the judges. The real goal of the measure was, Navalny's tie political activities.22.600 euros in compensation
The Russian state has to pay the 42-Year-old now, more than 22.600 euros in compensation because his human rights had been infringed on freedom and freedom of expression. The decision of the judges is, however, not yet final. You can be challenged both from Moscow and from Navalny, within three months. It is already the second Time that Moscow was condemned for its politically motivated action against the opposition.
The 42-year-old Alexei Navalny is considered to be one of the most vocal critics of Russian President Putin. In 2014, he was due to alleged fraud and money laundering before the court.
Navalny is one of the most vocal critics of the Kremlin chief Vladimir Putin and one of the most important people in the Opposition. Russian judge had ordered the house arrest against him in 2014 in the course of a criminal investigation. He was due to alleged fraud and money laundering before the court.Russia has the most
sentenced According to the human rights court, Navalny had to wear an electronic ankle monitor, he was only allowed to communicate with his family members and his lawyers, and he was allowed to write neither letters nor to log in to the Internet word. After his conviction for money laundering ended, Navalny house arrest on his own authority.
last year, the court of Russia was sentenced to 238 Times due to human rights violations - among other things due to repeated firmly Navalny's comments, the lack of. investigation into the murder of a government-critical journalist should Anna Politkovskaya in 2006 and the prison sentences for members of female punk band Pussy Riot
Russia has been condemned in Strasbourg - as in previous years, all the member countries, by far the most common. Currently, more than 10,000 complaints of Russian citizens to the ECHR are still pending.Kremlin critic Navalny detained in Moscow, 28.01.2018 judgment in Russia: 20-day Arrest for Navalny, 02.10.2017 Navalny: Charismatic, talented, controversial, 12.06.2017 Atlas |France |Strasbourg