New York Times: Nobel Prize reveals split in Russian opposition

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Nobel Prize winner, editor -boss “Novaya Gazeta” Dmitry Muratov cooperates with the Kremlin, reports The New York Times. Supporters of Alexei Navalny, who does not intend to make any compromises, opposed this decision. The publication believes that this has raised many questions – & nbsp; it is worth seeking change through relentless resistance, or attempts to improve the existing system are still acceptable.

Muratov himself asked he hated the counter-question against the claims made against him & ndash; they are willing to do something to improve the lives of others. The president's spokesman Dmitry Peskov also congratulated Muratov on the Nobel Prize. “ But an outburst of anger has shown how fragmented and weakened the Russian opposition is – & nbsp; in particular because the authorities are working hard to suppress dissent, closing groups of activists and news channels and forcing more and more dissidents and journalists into exile, & # 39; & # 39; “The daily said.

Muratov is often accused of not publishing data on the wealth of the Kremlin elite. The journalist himself replies that he does not intend to interfere in the private lives of “ children and women & # 39; & # 39 ;.

Meanwhile, Putin said that Muratov himself intends to use the Nobel Prize as a pretext for violating Russian laws, then his responsibility will still wait. “Regardless of their achievements,” everyone must understand clearly and unequivocally: Russian laws must be observed, “the president said, adding that this was a signal to Muratov – & nbsp; that there were no guarantees.


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