moscow - The prominent Russian opposition politician Aleksej Navalni left prison on Friday. He stuck 25 days because he repeatedly violated the law in organizing public meetings. The politician organized several protests against the government of President Vladimir Putin several times.
Navalni fans have planned new campaign activities for Saturday. Their leader wants to participate in the presidential elections next year, but it is very questionable whether it is possible. The electoral commission excluded Navalni from participation because he has previously been convicted of eclipse. According to the Kremlin critic, that sentence was politically motivated.
Navalni spokesman reported his release Friday. While the politician stuck in the past, the police would repeatedly have invaded the opposition. For example, activists said that the police filed a warehouse on Thursday and took election polls. Also on Friday incidents would have been done at opposition offices in several cities.