Poison, FSB, Putin… Video of posthumous interview with Alexei Navalny – Released

On December 17, 2020, a month before his return to Russia and his arrest, he met with Russian dissident Member of Parliament Jack Mair, who was later appointed by the Council of Europe as rapporteur for the investigation into the poisoning. Four months ago. . In association with LCI, “Liberation” publishes excerpts from this investigation.

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On December 17, 2020, in Berlin, a month before his return to Russia and his arrest, Alexei Navalny met with Jack Mair, then a member of the Council of Europe's Parliamentary Assembly. A European elected official was appointed a reporter at the inquiry into the poisoning that nearly claimed the enemy's life, and its purpose “Qualify the Facts Legally” and establishing the responsibility of the Russian authorities. In a statement filmed in a hotel meeting room, Navalny returns in English to the role of the secret services in his life since deciding to run for office in the context of a 2020 summer attack. The Russian presidency and what he thinks of Vladimir Putin, who has yet to name himself publicly. After four months of near death, the opponent regained all his splendor and vigor. “We were expecting someone to recover, and I was a little depressed. We saw a fighter, very determined, very physically present, very empathetic, approachable.”Jack Maire testifies before him “Granite Block”ready “There is no concession in his struggle”.

With the agreement of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, Jack Mair is today releasing the video of the trial for public debate. “where it is not intended”, via liberation and LCI. “Public Interest Documents for History”Commenting on the former M.P. “A way of paying tribute [à Navalny]. Because everyone who watches this video sees this man walking out of the hospital, he's poisoned and telling himself he's going back to war tomorrow.

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Three weeks after the death of Alexei Navalny in a prison beyond the Russian Arctic Circle, the flow of Muscovites paying tribute to him has not dried up since March 1 at his resting place, the question of the future of its work. On March 15, 2022, after invading Ukraine, Russia knocked on the door of the Council of Europe, a member since 1996. “All appeals by Navalny and other Russian political prisoners are still valid for all crimes specified up to March 15, 2022 and specified one year later.Jacques Maire insists. It is not because we left the Council of Europe that these bodies were suspended or abolished. Unfortunately, it is no longer a question of working for the safety or survival of Vladimir Putin's main enemy, but “For justice and law, like others, a certain number of procedures can be completed with or without the cooperation of the Russians. Therefore, before history, before the Russians, justice and European justice are done and said.

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