Convicted opposition activist Alexei Navalny, who is hospitalized in a Vladimir penal colony, owes the state 29 million rubles by court order. Now representatives of the bailiff service are trying to find the politician’s property in order to collect the debts. Dmitri Aristov, head of the Federal Bailiff Service, told Interfax at the St. Petersburg Economic Forum.
According to the head of the bailiff service, Alexei Navalny has nothing but his one and only residence. According to Russian laws, it is impossible to seize such housing. “We will keep looking,” Dmitry Aristov shared his plans about the oppositionist. The period of execution of the court decision to recover debts – three years. At the same time, the FSSP is collecting debts from the organization of the opposition leader, recognized in Russia as a foreign agent. The process is carried out under another court order against a legal entity.
In March, Alexei Navalny was sentenced to prison terms in the Vladimir region in the “Yves Rocher” case. After his health deteriorated due to a hunger strike, the opposition politician was transferred from the Pokrovsky penal colony No. 2 to the regional hospital at penal colony No. 3. On June 2, the court dismissed a lawsuit filed by Navalny who demanded that his “prone to escape” status be lifted. Today, June 4, the opposition activist celebrates his 45th birthday.