More than 300 illegally mobilized citizens returned home in Yakutia

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More than 300 illegally mobilized citizens returned home in Yakutia
More than 300 illegally mobilized citizens returned home in Yakutia
3 October, 13:02ArmyPhoto: 74.ru
More than 300 erroneously mobilized residents have already been returned from military units to Yakutia. Individual work is carried out on each complaint about illegal conscription into the army.

This statement was made by the chairman of the public chamber of the region Nikolay Bugaev. Earlier, on the problems of partial mobilization, residents sent hundreds of complaints to the coordination center of the Public Chamber (OP) of Yakutia.

“More than 300 mistakenly mobilized people returned to the republic from military units”, - RIA Novosti quotes the statement of the chairman of the OP RIA Novosti.

Previously, doctors did not even examine conscripts at mobilization points. Now inspections are organized.

A similar wave of returns of illegally mobilized is observed in other regions of the country. So, in Kostroma, where citizens outraged by the mobilization painted the city military registration and enlistment office with protest slogans, after a flurry of complaints about the draft of sick and large families from military units, about 50 people were returned home.

In Magadan, in response to an avalanche of appeals about violations of the rights of citizens, the military commissar was removed from his post, and illegally conscripted residents also began to return home. In the Khabarovsk Territory, they also removed from the post of the military commissar and returned home half of the mobilized.

Partial mobilization in the country continues from September 21 by decree of President Putin. Her announcement provoked mass protests and a powerful wave of emigration. In a week, about 300 thousand people left Russia - about as many as the Ministry of Defense intended to draft into the troops.

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