Now representatives of the TCC and SP do not have the right to stop citizens, check their documents and serve summonses. The rights of representatives of military registration and enlistment offices will be able to expand the bill, which is being developed with the participation of the Ministry of Defense and the General Staff, the Rada said.
In Ukraine, they plan to expand the rights of employees of territorial recruitment and social support centers (TCC and SP). This was announced by the Secretary of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on National Security, Defense and Intelligence Roman Kostenko in an interview with Radio NV.
He noted that a bill on the mobilization procedure for demobilization with the participation of the Ministry of Defense and the General Staff is being developed in Ukraine; this document will be able to expand the rights of representatives of the TCC.
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According to Kostenko, there are now a lot of questions from the TCC and the joint venture and the citizens they are trying to mobilize, because in fact, representatives of the TCC do not have the right to stop citizens, check their documents and serve subpoenas.
“The police sometimes distance themselves from this, so as not to become some kind of center of a scandal, so as not to attract a person. And one can understand both the police and the TCC, who have plans, and the people who are illegally trying to attract, but who have responsibility, according to Constitution, to protect the country,” said Roman Kostenko.
He noted that the new bill will be able to provide TCC employees with new rights – they will be allowed to make audio and video recordings, check registration records and documents.
Let us remind you that the head of the public relations service of the Command of the Ground Forces of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, Lieutenant Colonel Vladimir Fityo, said that Ukraine provides for liability for violation of accounting rules, evasion of accounting and mobilization. Citizens may face administrative or criminal liability.
Earlier, the commandant of the Lviv region, Taras Gren, said that representatives of the TCC have the right to issue a summons to a citizen who has not provided documents for verification, but cannot detain such a person.