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Navalny’s life as a prisoner: “To re-educate myself they force me to stare at Putin’s portrait for hours”

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Navalny’s life as a prisoner: “To re-educate myself they force me to stare at Putin’s portrait for hours”

Kaliningrad (Russia) The day of Russia’s most famous prisoner begins at six in the morning. Ten minutes scarce to make the bed, shave, wash, “etc”. Gym. Breakfast. Search. And then off: seven hours of sewing – which becomes five on Saturdays – “sitting on a stool lower than the knee”. We have lunch at 10.20. When he doesn’t work, Alexey Navalny he is forced to “sit” for hours on a bench, under a portrait of Putin“.

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