How Crimea can avoid Russian mobilization – memo

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Peter Kavinsky

About the writes Analytical Portal of the Crimean Regional Center for Human Rights Precedent.

“Against the backdrop of failures at the front and huge losses among the Russian army, Vladimir Putin announced the start of a partial mobilization. Yes, secret mobilization was carried out before, but now the war has become “forced” on a very broad category of people, including residents of the temporarily occupied Ukrainian territories, including Crimea.

Since the Russian Federation exercises effective control over the occupied peninsula, it is also conscripted. In Crimea, the invaders have already created a “partial mobilization headquarters”. This means that the Russian leadership will forcibly send Ukrainians under forced occupation to the war against Ukraine.

It turns out to be a stalemate. On the one hand to fight against Ukraine, to kill or die yourself, on the other hand to bear criminal responsibility with huge prison terms for evading mobilization. We believe that the negative consequences of participating in hostilities against Ukraine far outweigh the possible consequences of criminal liability,” the human rights activists wrote.

“Use these tips! Share the attraction with family and friends! Help each other and prevent your mobilization in the ranks of the Russian army!

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Due to the staff shortage of the Russian army for the war against Ukraine, the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin signed a decree on partial mobilization in Russia. Measures to implement the decree will begin on September 21. Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said 300,000 reservists would be called up as part of a partial mobilization. According to him, the recruitment will not take place as part of a one-off action. Mobilization will affect 1.1% of the total mobilization resource.

As reported on September 20th The State Duma of the Russian Federation has unanimously adopted in the second and third reading, a draft law introducing concepts such as “mobilization”, “martial law” and “wartime” into the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation.

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On February 24, 2022, at 4 a.m., Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a “special military operation” in the occupied Donbas. Russia launched missile strikes on Ukrainian territory and launched a direct large-scale invasion in four directions. The armed forces of Ukraine reject the enemy, the plan of the blitzkrieg – to take Kiev in two or three days – failed, the Russian army withdrew from the capital. The Russian military is committing thousands of war crimes and crimes against humanity across Ukraine.

Center for Investigative Journalism keeps a daily chronicle Russia’s War on Ukraine on all platforms: YouTube, facebook, Telegram, Twitter

Peter Kavinsky

Peter Kavinsky is the Executive Editor at cablefreetv.org

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