Perhaps from opposition politicians. Like how politicians in the United States come out with predictable situations. The low number may be the most important bit.
“We consider what is happening in relation to Nafalni an attempt to assassinate a politician, committed out of personal and political hatred,” the letter, open to sign, reads. It was shared and distributed for the first time late Saturday night.
Yes, this is not exactly a turning point.
Russian Ambassador to the United Kingdom Andrei Killin told the BBC in an interview broadcast on Sunday that Navalny is “acting like a rioter”, but that he may have a chance to be released from prison early if he “behaves normally”.
I burst out laughing
When the BBC pressed to answer whether the Russian government was prepared to let Navalny die in prison, Killin said: “Of course he will not be allowed to die in prison. But I can say that Mister Navalny is behaving like hooligans, of course, in trying to violate every rule that has been set. His overall goal through all of this is to get attention, and also to say that his left hand is sick today, tomorrow his leg is sick and all these things. “
“What about British prisoners? Do British prisoners require personal doctors?” Killin asked critics who say Navalny is not allowed to see his personal physician.
”[Navalny] He got the necessary medical treatment, and believe me, we will treat him. “
Putin and Navalny are playing a game with Navalny’s true luxury. It takes huge balls. If I were Putin, I would have let him die because of the hunger strike, and withhold food even if he wanted to. It will be a thorn. Ideally I would try to “save” him at the end. Bear in mind this is wearing Putin’s hat, assuming he’s the ruthless and ruthless monster he portrayed.