Greetings from solitude
Navalny wrote on his social media that he was officially placed in solitary confinement for unbuttoning his uniform.
Navalny, 46, described his cell as a
small “concrete house”
Where it is ‘too hot’ and ‘there is hardly any air’. “There is only a cup and a book in my cell,” he said. “I only have a spoon and a plate with my meals.” He said an iron bed was lowered from the outside by a hoist in the evening and stowed away early in the morning when they took the mattress and pillow. “No visits, no letters, no parcels. This is the only place in the prison where smoking is prohibited,” he added.
Last week, Navalny announced that she had created a
In prison, where she works as a seamstress. As the union scored its first victory – seats used by inmates working in sewing machines were replaced with chairs – Navalny said he received warnings from the prison administration.
Putin’s opponent had served two and a half years for breaking his parole for fraud, but last March
The prison sentence was extended to nine years
After being convicted of embezzling donations to his political organizations and contempt of court.
“Infuriatingly humble social media ninja. Devoted travel junkie. Student. Avid internet lover.”