AAlice Weidel, the FD’s leading candidate, compared the harassment of Kremlin opponents ahead of Russia’s parliamentary elections with critics of the Corona operation in Germany. “Look at our own streets. Opponents of the Korana operation are being persecuted here. Demonstrations by government critics are banned,” Weidel told Podiser Tag Plate.
“We should as far as possible avoid pointing the finger at other states with restrictions on the fundamental rights enforced here,” Weidel said. When asked, he added: “Policy, the hatred and persecution of critics, is certainly comparable, but certain.”
About 110 million Russians have been invited to vote in their new parliament since Friday. The Kremlin party, United Russia, is sure to win. Real opposition parties are unlikely to win one or more of the 450 seats in the real Duma. Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. They warn against massive counterfeiting.
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