The draft law on a unified register of persons liable to military service assumes that the summons will be deemed served seven days after it is entered in a special register. This is stated in the text of the bill “On amendments to certain legislative acts of the Russian Federation (on the issue of notifying citizens of their participation in events related to conscription for military service)”, which will be considered by the State Duma on April 11.
“If the summons is not deemed to have been served by one of the methods provided for in paragraphs one to four of this paragraph, the summons shall be deemed to have been served on the expiry of a period of seven days from the date of its registration in the register of convocations”, the text of the document says.
Recall that on April 11, the State Duma intends to consider a draft law on a unified register of persons liable for military service – the amendments should correct the shortcomings of military registration identified in 2022. This draft law proposes to assimilate electronic notices to traditional notices as having the same legal value.
On the eve of Andrey Kartapolov said that a new wave of mobilization in Russia is not planned. He noted that the amendments on the military registration system and electronic diaries have nothing to do with this.
Publication The summons will be deemed to have been served seven days after its publication at the registry, which appeared for the first time on Current Articles.
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