Posted 8 февраля, 08:10
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Updated 8 февраля, 10:42
The validity of the claim was motivated by the head of the supervisory authority by the results of the prosecutor's inspection. Its initiators considered that the production facilities that made reservations for key and critical employees were not directly related to the implementation of the state defense order.
As Kommersant notes, the prosecutor demands to cancel the reservation from mobilization, for example, for employees of LLC Neftekhimremont, LLC Omsk Pipe Insulation Plant, JSC Omsk Rubber, JSC AKB Novikombank, LLC Gazpromneft—Catalytic Systems, LLC Automatika-Service, Gazpromneft-Supply", LLC "Repair and mechanical plant "GPZ-ONPZ"" and others.
In response to the prosecutor's claims, the owners of production facilities object that along with the direct execution of orders for military needs, there is also an indirect involvement of production facilities in ensuring the work of the defense complex, the viability of companies as the basis for maintaining the economy, as well as providing rear and providing services to the population not sent to the
As the newspaper "Gorod55" notes, the lawsuit was accepted on January 17. The first meeting in the Central District Court of Omsk on the prosecutor's claim to the military enlistment office and draft commissions on the cancellation of the reservation is scheduled for February 15. Exactly how many people will be affected by this case, if the prosecutor's claim is satisfied, is not yet reported.
Partial mobilization in the country was announced by Russian President Vladimir Putin on September 21, and on October 28, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said that it was completed. Meanwhile, the decree on its completion has not yet been made public. This raises concerns among citizens of the country that mobilization measures that have already provoked a wave of mass emigration from the Russian Federation may resume at any time.
According to the regional authorities, the mobilization has exacerbated the personnel shortage in the industry. Today, only defense industry enterprises lack at least 3,000 people.