Russian authorities have put a member of the Pussy Riot punk group on a wished listing for felony suspects because the Kremlin works to stifle political dissent.
Russian information outlet Mediazona found an entry for Nadezhda Tolokonnikova within the Russian Interior Ministry’s database of wished people on Wednesday. The entry, additionally reviewed by The Associated Press, mentioned Tolokonnikova faces felony costs, nevertheless it did not specify what the costs are.
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Tolokonnikova turned extensively recognized for participating in a 2012 Pussy Riot protest inside Moscow’s Christ the Savior Cathedral. She spent practically two years in jail.
Earlier this month Russia’s prime human rights lawyer, Pavel Chikov, mentioned a felony case had been launched towards Tolokonnikova on the cost of offending spiritual believers’ emotions, which turned a felony offense in Russia after the 2012 Pussy Riot protest.
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Tolokonnikova has left Russia. In 2021, the Russian authorities designated her as a “international agent,” a label that brings further authorities scrutiny and carries pejorative connotations that may discredit the recipients.
Russian authorities have utilized the designation to unbiased media retailers and opposition activists.
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