Navalnaya calls Putin a “liar, thief, murderer” before his inauguration

Navalnaya calls Putin a “liar, thief, murderer” before his inauguration
Navalnaya calls Putin a “liar, thief, murderer” before his inauguration

Exiled opponent Yulia Navalnaïa described Russian President Vladimir Putin as a “liar, thief, murderer”, a few minutes Tuesday before the start of the inauguration ceremony at the Kremlin which should allow him to begin a fifth term.

“Our country is led by a liar, a thief, a murderer, but this will inevitably end,” Ms. Navalnaïa said in a video posted on social media.

“With him at the helm, our country will have no peace, no development, no freedom,” she added, referring to the large-scale attack launched by the Russian army against Ukraine.

“This war is bloody and senseless and no one wants it, except Putin,” said Yulia Navalnaïa.

“His promises are not only empty, they are misleading. This has been going on for 25 years. It will be the same this time,” asserted the opponent in this video of approximately six minutes.

“With each of his mandates, the situation only gets worse and it is frightening to imagine what will happen as long as Putin is in power,” said Ms. Navalnaïa, citing in particular the “several hundred political prisoners in Russia who endure inhumane conditions.

“We must ensure that no one in the world believes Putin, neither in Russia nor beyond its borders,” Ms. Navalnaïa also said.

On February 16, 2024, her husband, Alexeï Navalny, main critic of Vladimir Putin, died in prison in the Arctic under unclear circumstances.

Yulia Navalnaïa, her supporters as well as foreign leaders accused the Russian president of having assassinated the opponent, who was serving a long sentence in prison for “extremism”. The Kremlin has brushed aside these accusations.

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