Alexei Navalni died twice: funeral homes don’t want to bury him

Alexei Navalni’s entourage admitted this Tuesday that it was difficult for him to find a place in Moscow to organize an event in honor of the late opposition leader Contacting “most” funeral homes was in vain and from the halls of the Russian capital, Europa Press reports.

“Since yesterday we have been looking for a place where we can organize a farewell event for Alexei,” admitted his main spokeswoman Kira Yarmish, who on Monday published a phone number to collect suggestions for venues that would like to host an event was not disclosed . They have announced details.

“Some say the place is reserved. Others refuse to let us mention the surname “Navalni.” At one point they told us that funeral homes were prohibited from working with us,” the spokeswoman said on her X account on the social network.

Navalni died on February 16 in the Arctic Prison where he was serving his sentence. The Russian authorities attribute his death to natural causes, but the opposition circle blames the government and especially President Vladimir Putin. Navalny’s family was finally able to recover his body on Saturday, although it is not yet clear when and where he will be buried. The mother said she was threatened with leaving the remains in prison if she did not comply with the authorities’ requirements.

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