THE He chooses Navalny died in a penal colony in the Russian Arctic Circle on February 16a day before he was released in a prisoner swap with the US, according to the latest revelations.

In a post from prison on February 1, the Russian dissident had addressed call on Russians across the country to voice their protest against Vladimir Putin going together to vote for him at the same time, at noon on March 17 – the last day of voting in the presidential election – and to march against him.

“I like the idea of ​​those who vote against Putin going to the polls at the same time, at noon. At noon against PutinNavalny had stated on social media, calling on anyone who opposes the Kremlin’s policy, primarily the attack on Ukraine, to mobilize “not only in every city, but also in every neighborhood.”

“Thousands of people will be able to participate. And tens of thousands of people will show up,” Navalny added on the X platform (formerly Twitter).

“Noon against Putin”, the political testament of Alexei Navalny

Leonid Volkov, a close associate of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, said today that the March 17 protest is Navalny’s “political testament.”

“Besides the pain and despair, there is also a lot of rage and anger. Desires for revenge. And this is a right and necessary desire. See in the video how you can continue to live after Alexei” wrote Volkov in Kh.

“Now it is no longer just a political act aimed at overcoming political loneliness and isolation. Now it is a mourning demonstration, a political memorial, an act in memory of Navalny, who asked us to perform it”Leonid Volkov said in a video posted on YouTube.

“So people will fulfill Alexei Navalny’s last wish, so it is very important. Do it. And in the time left until the election, convince as many people as you can to do it.”

Warnings of “repercussions from the Kremlin”

Alexei Navalny’s invitation to the protest “Noon Against Putin” it’s a way for Russians to show their resistance by simply queuing legally to vote without risking arrest.

The Kremlin spokesman stated that Alexei Navalny’s call to Russians to protest on the day of the presidential election voting is provocative and he warned that the police will uphold the law.

Dmitry Peskov warned that there will be legal consequences for people who listen to these invitations and urged Russians not to break the law.

Peskov stated that Navalny’s supporters “are known for their provocative calls to violate the laws of the Russian Federation and warned that there will be consequences for those who follow these exhortations.

It has not been made clear how anyone standing in line to vote is breaking the laws of the Russian Federation.