The bill on the suspension of legal proceedings against the mobilized was submitted to the State Duma

Temporary mobilization point
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Deputies from United Russia submitted to the State Duma a draft law on the suspension of judicial and enforcement proceedings against volunteers and mobilized. About it told Secretary of the General Council of the party Andrei Turchak in his Telegram channel on October 28.

He clarified that such proceedings in relation to the mobilized should be suspended at the moment as soon as the citizen was called up on the agenda or signed up for the front as a volunteer. “At the same time, a lot of time can pass between conscription and getting to the front. During this period, trials do not stop, although a person can no longer fully conduct business in court from a training ground or from a military unit,” the message says.

Turchak drew attention to the fact that at the moment the legislation does not protect the procedural rights of mobilized and volunteers until they find themselves in a combat zone. Moreover, different laws contain different interpretations of when judicial proceedings should be stopped. The initiative of the deputies is designed to form a unified approach to ensuring procedural rights for mobilized and volunteers.

Earlier it was reported that the initiative will affect mobilized citizens and volunteers, even if they are on distribution, education or training. Wherein provided for an exception in relation to proceedings on alimony paid to minor children, and compensation for harm in connection with the death of the breadwinner.

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