Russian opposition leader Vladimir Kara Murza given a 25year jail term for condemning Ukraine’s invasion

Kara-Murza publicly condemned Vladimir Putin and the Russian Federation for invading Ukraine

Main opposition leader of Russian Federation Vladimir Kara Murza has been slapped with a 25year jail term for criticising and publicly condemning Russia for its invasion of Ukraine.

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He was sentenced on Monday April 17 by the Moscow City Court for his critics. “Based on the results of the trial, for Vladimir Vladimirovich Kara Murza, by partial addition of sentences, to be sentenced to a final sentence of imprisonment for a term of 25years to be served in a strict regime correctional colony. The verdict of tye Moscow City Court has not yet entered into force” the Court revealed.

Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24th 2022 and since then, there have been several atrocities and crimes committed by Russian soldiers according to reports. The International Criminal Court last month issued a warrant for Vladimir Putin’s arrest for masterminding these crimes. Read more:International Criminal Court issue arrest warrant against Russian President Vladimir Putin for war crimes

Vladimir Kara Murza was detained somewhere last year after an interview with CNN where he publicly criticized Putin’s regime.

Meanwhile, the Kremlin is yet to comment on his sentencing. Speaking on the case, Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov said “as you know, we never comment on court decisions. We shall not comment now either”

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