According to MP Irina Friz, the Verkhovna Rada committee made a decision regarding the law on the register of military personnel, which violates the norms of regulations and legislation.
The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Committee on Security Issues decided to recommend for the second reading a bill on improving the procedure and use of military registration and acquiring the status of a war veteran during martial law (No. 10062). MP from the European Solidarity party Irina Friz wrote about this on Facebook on January 9.
Irina Friz noted that the bill was created to create a register of military personnel, reservists and conscripts, as well as to simplify the acquisition of UCD status by veterans. According to the deputy, the document has a “noble goal,” but “false and illegal execution.”
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The People’s Deputy claims that the new version of the bill contains changes to the legislation that are not provided for by this draft law. According to her statement, almost 4 pages of changes were added to the text, which were not adopted in the first reading of the bill.
“So, the committee made a decision that violated the current regulations. Instead of the MoD introducing this as a separate bill, the committee members actually legalized the violation of the actual regulation law,” Freese wrote.
The politician also mentioned what personal data of those liable for military service will not be entered into the register in accordance with the new version of the bill. This is about:
- information about leaving Ukraine and returning (date and country visited by the citizen);
- information on the forced execution of the decision in relation to the debtor (details and data of the enforcement document);
- information about family members (last name, first name, patronymic, date of birth, series and number of passport, date of issue, RNUKPP);
- other personal data that allows you to identify a conscript, military service member or reservist.
Let us recall that on October 16, the media wrote that the Unified Electronic Register of Persons liable for Military Service “Obereg” was already operating in Ukraine. It was reported that the initiative provides for the transfer to the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine of information about persons from 17 to 60 years old, which are held by state registers of the Tax Service, the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Central Election Commission, the State Migration Service and other departments.
A member of the Rada Committee on National Security, Defense and Intelligence, Solomiya Bobrovskaya, also said on January 9 that bill No. 10378 on mobilization needs significant revision, since deputies have comments “on every second article.”