Mosaic: A Moscow The court on Saturday rejected Russian opposition leader Alexi NavalAppeal against his prison sentence.
Moscow City Court The ruling The country faced a top European rights court order to free it from the Kremlin’s most prominent enemy.
44-year-old Navalani, an anti-corruption crusade and president Vladimir PutinThe most outspoken critic, arrested on his return on January 17 Germany, Where he spent five months recovering from the toxicity of a nerve-agent that blames the Kremlin. Russian authorities have dismissed the charge.
Earlier this month, he was sentenced to two years and eight months in prison for violating the terms of his probation while admitted to Germany. The punishment stems from a 2014 embezzlement defect which Navalny has concocted and dismissed. European Court of Human Rights Has decided to be illegal.
Navalny has asked the Moscow City Court to reverse the sentence and set him free.