Despite Legal Uncertainties, Navalny Vows to Continue Presidential Campaign, But Federal Law Not on His Side

February 10, 2017
Alexey Navalny speaking to supporters in St. Petersburg, Russia on February 5, 2017. Photo by Elena Ignatyeva/AP

LIVE UPDATES: Supporters of opposition leader Alexey Navalny have debated the Constitutional interpretation of Russian law that might allow him to run for president despite his recent criminal conviction. But federal law is not on his side.

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