Everything was prepared: in just 24 hours the fate of thousands of Russian citizens is soon sent to the front. a day after the president Vladimir Putin decided on a partial mobilization of his population, Recruiting Offices began to receive the first wave of civilians who have received their summons from the Ministry of Defence. Photos of the day were crowded queues in front of recruitment headquarters and buses, crowded with men of all ages. Some of them are quite old.
Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu announced on Wednesday that Some 300,000 people will be called to arms. Despite the suffering, according to their figures, 5,937 people died in the fighting. However, independent newspapers Novaya Gazeta Europe He published that, according to his sources in the Presidency, one hundred thousand recruits were to appear in a point removed from the decree. Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Thursday, “It’s a lie.”
Pictures of recruitment came from all over the country. The President of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, has been one of the great supporters of mobilization after the military disaster that struck the Kremlin in the Ukrainian province of Kharkov. In Chechnya, opposition blogger Abu Saddam Shishani recorded a video showing a huge column of men marching to a recruitment point.
Failing to attend the Citation could result in years in prison Amendments introduced in the penal code Parliament this week. In a video broadcast on the channel leudy baccala From the enrollment office of the Kurumkanski region, an instructor explaining the rules to a group of citizens warned them about the new laws and the need to replace faith in spirits with medical bandages.
Some of the people raised are more than 1,300 detainees In Wednesday’s protest. Those arrested received their notification by hand in police departments, such as the one in Altufeivo, as confirmed by human rights lawyer Pavel Chikov.
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Those who cannot be mobilized are representatives. Article 18 of the Law on Mobilization provides for the suspension of military service to members of the State Duma and the Federation Council. Lower house Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin assured during Thursday’s session that there is “no armor” for not going to the front. “But we must ask ourselves, allies, what kind of effective assistance we will provide,” he said.
Putin’s spokesman’s son’s number
A day earlier, the son of Putin’s spokesman became a victim of a joke made on him from the YouTube channel. People’s politics. After announcing that he was going to mobilize, the young man replied to his interlocutor: “I will not go there at 10 in the morning. You must understand that I am Mr. Peskov and that I am wrong to be there. I’ll settle it on another level.” His father, one of the most visible faces of the Putin regime, later assured that the pieces of the conversation had been cut.
Before being sent into the ranks, citizens must pass a medical examination to check whether they are fit, or have certain limits for service. After that, the military junta can decide whether to grant exemptions or temporary stays. In addition, people over the age of 50 who did not rise above the private rank during their previous military service are exempted.
While it is not a partial and complete mobilization of the population, the decree was drafted in a sufficiently precise manner to distribute recruitment throughout the country’s geography with the criteria that the Kremlin considers most convenient at all times. .
The Kremlin assured that it would call only men with military experience. However, Yanina Nimayeva, a journalist from the southeastern region of Buryatia, condemned that her husband, father of five children and an employee of an emergency department in the regional capital had been mobilized. “My husband is 38 years old, he is not in reserve, he has never served,” Nimayeva said in a video in which she addressed the leader of the region, Alexei Tsedenov, from the same party as Putin, United Russia. In another video released by the media jack In Blagoveshchensk, near the border with China, a bus can be seen boarded by men of an age and physically fit for combat.
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