Can Alexei Navalny’s Widow, Yulia Navalnaya, Challenge Putin? | WSJ

Alexei Navalny’s widow, Yulia Navalnaya, is emerging as a new political force, after she promised to carry on her husband’s struggle for a free Russia. The most vocal critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin died on Feb. 16 in an Arctic penal colony while serving sentences amounting to more than 30 years on various charges.

WSJ’s Thomas Grove explains what role she could play and the challenges ahead for her and the Russian opposition.

0:00 Alexei Navalny dies
0:41 Who is Navalnaya?
2:07 State of opposition
3:07 Navalny’s threat after death

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