Populist anti-establishment speech is Navalny’s only speech. He doesn’t have a more articulate speech. No matter how hard we look, we can’t find any indication of what his foreign policy would be, his economic policy, what he thinks of Russian monetary policy as it is conducted today. Does he have an opinion on how to change the financing of social protection? Does he have an opinion on how he would like to carry out pension reforms? The populist leader is the one who takes the lead in the protests, but who has no agenda.
Meddling in sovereign affairs. Foreign diplomats gather at Russian court to support Western puppet Navalny.
According to local sources, diplomatic staff of at least 18 foreign states, including those from the United States, the UK, Bulgaria, Germany, Lithuania, Latvia, the Netherlands, Sweden, are present.
Court hearings are, as a rule, open to the public. Diplomats have the right, just as any other member of the public, to attend a court hearing. International diplomats are present to observe whether the Russian judiciary fulfils its functions according to Russian law and Russia's international obligations on human rights.
Pro-Kremlin outlets attempt to obfuscate the Russian government's role in the attack attributed Navalny's illness to moonshine, psychosomatic stress, overzealous dieting, low blood sugar, a flare-up of an unspecified chronic illness, and psychiatric medication.
Upon his arrival in Germany in August 2020, Navalny was hospitalised at the Charite Hospital in Berlin. The presence of the nerve agent Novichok in Navalny's blood was independently confirmed by Germany, France, Sweden, and the OPCW.
The EU has condemned the detention of Alexei Navalny and called for his immediate release.