Putin, who turns 69 this year, is serving as his fourth president, ending in 2024.The new law announced on Monday could allow him to serve for two additional six years if he chooses to stand and Won both new elections.
The new law sets the results of last year’s referendum on Russian constitutional amendments.
As well as resetting the clock on Putin’s time limit, the referendum is also a vote on other amendments, including a provision requiring marriage to be. Strictly “unification of men and women”
Navalny was flown to Germany for emergency treatment after he was poisoned in Siberia last year, which he said was ordered by Putin and operated by representatives of the Russian security service FSB. The Kremlin has repeatedly denied the allegations.
On Monday, Navalny said he would continue on strike despite the high temperature and severe cough amid an outbreak of tuberculosis among his inmates, according to an Instagram post his team shared on official accounts. His
“A third person from my team was recently hospitalized for tuberculosis,” Navalny said. “15 people were discharged, 20% of them sick, which was much higher than the epidemiological threshold. So what? Think there is an emergency, the ambulance sirens make a loud noise? Nobody cares. The bosses will only be concerned about how to hide the statistics. “
He criticized the latest Russian state media coverage of conditions within the punishment colony after Maria Butina, an employee of the state-run RT television station, visited the prison and said. “A role model in practice”
Butina served in a U.S. prison after she pleaded guilty to trying to infiltrate conservative politics and promote Russian interests before and after the 2016 presidential election.
On Instagram, Navalny said, “There is an unsanitary condition, tuberculosis, lack of medicine. Looking at the horrible plates they put in our food, I am often surprised that there is still no Ebola virus here. “
He added that prisons lack the sustenance and nutrients they need to keep prisoners in good health.
“I’m still my hunger for sure,” Navalny wrote in the post. “I have a guaranteed legal right to invite medical professionals at my own expense. I will not give up. Prison doctors can be trusted just like state TV.”
A prominent opposition-linked Russian medical union, the Doctors’ Alliance, run by the Navalny Alliance, said later on Monday via a YouTube video that the medical group would visit Navalny’s prison on Tuesday to demand appropriate medical care for. Antagonist