The Communist Party of the Russian Federation did not disclose the names of the deputies of the Duma faction who are ready to go to Donbass

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The Communist Party of the Russian Federation did not disclose the names of the deputies of the Duma faction who are ready to go to Donbass
The Communist Party of the Russian Federation did not disclose the names of the deputies of the Duma faction who are ready to go to Donbass
23 September, 11:53SocietyPhoto: 1MI
Press Secretary of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation Alexander Yushchenko said that he would not name the names of the parliamentarians who decided to go to the Donbass to participate in a special operation, since this is their purely personal matter.

“Find out the fact - that's for sure. And this is how we talk about it right and left ahead... We did it, we do it, and we will do it. We already have many there. And we have lost some. So we don't make a certain kitsch out of it".

Even before the announcement of partial mobilization in the country, Communist Party leader Gennady Zyuganov called on everyone to "mobilize themselves as much as possible to achieve victory in the Donbass". The mobilization was announced on 21 September.

Earlier it became known that the requirement to appear at the military registration and enlistment offices during the period of mobilization does not apply to a number of categories of citizens, including State Duma deputies and senators, as well as those to whom the government will provide a reservation.

The speaker of the lower house of the Russian parliament, Vyacheslav Volodin, advised State Duma deputies who meet the requirements for partial mobilization to voluntarily go to Ukraine in order to "help with their participation in a special military operation".

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