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MOSCOW - Jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny has said that being woken up by a guard every hour during the night amounts to torture and that his appeal to be treated for acute back and leg pain was refused in a deliberate attempt to run him down.
The 44-year-old opposition politician, one of President Vladimir Putin's most prominent critics, was handed a jail term of around 2-1/2 years last month in connection with a case he says was fabricated to thwart his political activities.
The West, including the European Court of Human Rights, has demanded Russia release Navalny. Moscow has called such appeals unacceptable interference in its internal affairs.
Navalny is being held in a heightened security sector at the IK-2 prison camp in Pokrov, a town about 100 km (60 miles) east of Moscow.
This, according to two of his own accounts published on Instagram this month and those of two previous inmates interviewed by Reuters on the phone, is what his daily routine looks like.
Russia's federal prison service, the local branch in the Vladimir region where Navalny is being held, and the specific prison camp where he is incarcerated did not immediately respond to questions about the daily routine he and others face.
The Federal Penitentiary Service said on Thursday that Navalny's health was stable and satisfactory.
He was arrested as he returned to Russia from Germany in January, where he had been recovering from what doctors said was a nerve agent poisoning.
The Kremlin said on Friday that Russian citizens held in foreign jails faced far worse conditions than Navalny, who in one Instagram post dubbed his prison "our friendly concentration camp".
Prison guards wake inmates at 0600, according to Navalny, who says prisoners are played the Russian national anthem before their morning exercise routine.
"Imagine the area around the barracks. Snow. Men in black prison uniforms, boots and fur hats are standing in the dark with their hands behind their back, with a loudspeaker atop a high pillar blaring: 'Be glorious, our free Fatherland'," Navalny said in an Instagram message posted via his lawyers.
Speaking by phone to Reuters, Dmitry Dyomushkin, a nationalist released from the same prison in 2019, said inmates in the heightened security sector are given two minutes to dress and another two minutes to make their beds. The last two prisoners to be fully dressed are punished, sometimes with beatings, according to Dyomushkin.
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Navalny said the morning fitness routine involved a voice from a loudspeaker instructing inmates to march on the spot.
"At that moment I imagine that I am part of a Russian remake of Star Wars," Navalny said.