• 17/06/2024 19:10

The new law on mobilization will seriously untie the hands of the TCC: what to prepare for

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On May 9, 2024, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine approved the second reading of bill No. 10379, aimed at strengthening liability for evading mobilization.< /p>

This information was reported by Ukrainianwall, reports URA-Inform.  

After signing by the president, this document will become law and will be directly applied in practice.

One of the key changes is a significant increase in fines for violators of military registration. The new sanctions have three levels depending on the nature of the violation: primary violation in peacetime, repeated violations and violations during martial law. For repeated violations and violations during martial law, fines are provided in the amount of 17 thousand to 25,500 hryvnia

In addition, the procedure for administrative detention will undergo changes. According to the new law, the police have the right to detain citizens for up to three days if they have violated Articles 210 and 210-1 of the Code of Ukraine on Administrative Offences.

This rule applies even to those citizens who do not have documents or refuse to provide their personal data. A person can be detained for a period of no more than 72 hours to establish his identity, regardless of whether his identity was established during this period or not.

It should also be noted that the new law does not provide employees of Territorial Recruitment Centers with the right to detain , therefore this right remains only with members of the National Police. It is important to emphasize that the tightening of legislation in the field of evading mobilization indicates the country’s desire to strengthen its defense capability and support those who are ready to defend its independence and security.

We recall that it was previously reported what will happen for evading mobilization after a fine of 25 thousand hryvnia: the lawyer’s answer.

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