Russia begins jailing hundreds laying flowers for Alexei Navalny

Feb 19, 2024 View Original Article
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    20% Somewhat Conservative

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    20% Somewhat Conservative

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    20% Negative

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

56% : After the last verdict that handed him a 19-year term, Navalny said he understood he was 'serving a life sentence, which is measured by the length of my life or the length of life of this regime'.
49% : A woman leaves a tribute to Russian politician Alexi Navalny, near to the Russian Embassy in London on SundayA woman is pictured in Berlin, Germany, laying down flowers in memory of NavalnyA woman places a sign amongst flowers as a tribute in London on SundayHundreds of people in dozens of Russian cities have streamed to ad-hoc memorials and monuments to victims of political repressions with flowers and candles to pay tribute to Alexei Navalny.
48% : A mourner is pictured laying flowers on Saturday at the Solovetsky Stone in MoscowA man lays flowers to pay the last respect to Alexei Navalny at the monument, a large boulder from the Solovetsky islands, where the first camp of the Gulag political prison system was established, near the historical the Federal Security Service building in Moscow on SundayFlowers and a picture are left as a tribute to Russian politician Alexi Navalny near the Russian Embassy in London on SundayA woman lays flowers mourning Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny's death near the memorial to political prisoners in Moscow, Russia on SaturdayHundreds of people in dozens of Russian cities have streamed to ad-hoc memorials and monuments to victims of political repressions with flowers and candles to pay tribute to Navalny.
47% : It cannot be tolerated.'Police officers detain a woman with a placard reading "Murderers" during a gathering in memory of Alexei Navalny near the Wall of Grief monument on SaturdayA woman holds a placard reading "Putin is the killer of Navalny" during a gathering in memory of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny near the Wall of Grief monument on SaturdayPolice officers detain a man during a gathering in memory of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny near the Wall of Grief monument on SaturdayA woman sits by the Wall of Grief monument to the victims of political repressions, where people gather to honor the memory of Alexei Navalny in Moscow on SaturdayPolice officers detain a woman during a gathering in memory of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny near the Wall of Grief monument on SaturdayThousands of people across Russia on Saturday laid flowers at memorials of Stalin's political repressions in memory of Navalny.
42% : The US Embassy in Moscow shared a photo on X of Ambassador Tracy visiting the memorial and issued a statement reading: 'Today at the Solovetsky Stone we mourn the death of Alexei Navalny and other victims of political repression in Russia.
38% : Anti-Kremlin demonstrations or public shows of opposition to the regime are effectively illegal in Russia under strict military censorship rules and laws against unapproved rallies.
36% : The US Embassy in Moscow issued a statement reading: 'Today at the Solovetsky Stone we mourn the death of Alexei Navalny and other victims of political repression in Russia.

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