Russian government MPs explain why MPs and parliamentarians are not going “to the front” in Ukraine

Russian government MPs explain why MPs and parliamentarians are not going “to the front” in Ukraine

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On September 21, website 74 and BBC Russia reported that Dmitry Vietkin, a member of the House of Representatives from the Chelyabinsk region. Deputy Leader of the United Russia Party (Единая Россия), the current ruling party He mentioned the partial mobilization of 300,000 reserve troops announced by President Vladimir Putin, and explained why members of the House of Representatives did not go and the Federal Assembly (Parliament) to war in Ukraine. the Russian authorities use the name “Special military operations”

Mr. Vietkin said in such a way that the work of the members of the House of Representatives is much more important. Because behind it there are elected people.

“Sometimes it seems to avoid solving this problem. Writing a request “to the front line” is the easiest solution. but behind us behind all of us behind every political party There are citizens who seem to live a normal and peaceful life. We will see two realities, which are the front line. Another thing is the bliss of peace, festival days, fireworks all over the city. The entertainment venue was full of people. But we have the duty and responsibility to convey the importance and comments on the current situation to everyone we can talk to,” Vietkin said.

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Earlier, the House of Representatives adopted an amendment to the Russian Penal Code in its second and third terms at once. This intensified the liability for desertion, surrender and theft of soldiers. The amendment also added “movement” to the list in dire situations. And one of the co-authors of the law was Mr Dmitry Vietkin.

A source in the Federal Assembly said: Members of the House of Representatives and senators are not subject to mobilization. Referring to Article 18 of the Law on mobilization and mobilization training in the Russian Federation, members of the House of Representatives and parliamentarians are among those eligible to be exempted from military conscription.

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