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Prosecutors are seeking another 13 years in prison for Navalny

Prosecutor Nadezhda Tikhonova also called for a fine of 1.2 million rubles (10,000 fine francs) on Tuesday in the lawsuit for alleged fraud, which has been criticized as political theater. Navalny’s team spoke of new evidence of the arbitrariness of the judiciary in Russia.

“We have said that Putin wants to keep Navalny in prison forever,” opposition spokeswoman Kira Garmisch said. Navalny is the most vocal critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin.