Alexei Navalny's team restarts the headquarters network to "fight Putin, war and mobilization." A message about this appeared on the website of the headquarters, the Russians are offered to fill out an application and become a volunteer.
Those who want to join will be asked to "spread information, provide legal assistance, draw flyers, sabotage government websites or military registration and enlistment offices," some of which are "burning well," the report said. The authors of the appeal urge you to remember about safety and not to publicly report about joining the headquarters if you are in Russia.
“We are building the network anew - the employees who once worked for us will not be related to the new headquarters if they themselves do not want it.”
On June 9, 2021, the Moscow City Court recognized the Anti-Corruption Foundation (FBK), the headquarters of Alexei Navalny and the Foundation for the Protection of Citizens' Rights as "extremist organizations." Their activities are officially banned, and their members and even just supporters, according to the new law, will not be able to be elected to legislative bodies at all levels for several years. Previously, FBK was recognized as an organization playing the role of a “foreign agent”.
Since the recognition of Navalny's headquarters as an "extremist organization", criminal cases have been opened against the former heads of regional branches, and searches have been carried out in their homes. This year, after the start of the war in Ukraine, criminal cases began to be initiated against the heads of staff under new articles on “discrediting” the Russian army.