Andrey Piontkovsky did not rule out that the oppositionist could suddenly be released.
Russian opposition leader Aleksey Navalny suddenly appeared on television amid the announcement of partial mobilization in Russia. Jailers could have organized such an anti-Putin action.
Russian publicist Andrey Piontkovsky spoke about this on the air of Feygin Live. He did not rule out that Navalny could also unexpectedly be released.
“This could not have happened without the consent of the Federal Penitentiary Service employees. This is clearly an anti-Putin action. If then some Federal Penitentiary Service employees, having received an order from one of their leaders, release Navalny from the cell and take him to one of the anti-war rallies, which are already there are hundreds of people, and maybe thousands,” Piontkovsky said.
According to him, there were a lot of people in power who were dissatisfied with Putin, and after he put all power on cancer, there were even more. At the same time, he pointed out that the split line runs both within the ruling class and between the authorities and usual people.