Russia opens probe against Navalny over ‘fraud’: investigators

Russia’s most prominent opposition figure used the money for acquiring “personal property (and) material assets and paying expenses (including holidays abroad),”
Russian President Vladimir Putin

Russian investigators on Tuesday opened a criminal probe into Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, alleging he spent more than 356 million rubles ($4.8 million) of donations to his organizations on personal acquisitions.

The Investigative Committee, which probes major crimes, said in a statement that Russia’s most prominent opposition figure used the money for acquiring “personal property (and) material assets and paying expenses (including holidays abroad),” saying that the donations were therefore “stolen”.

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