The Verkhovna Rada Commissioner for Human Rights stated that all previous comments can be resolved before the second reading. He came to this conclusion after a conversation with the Minister of Defense.
Ukrainian Ombudsman Dmitry Lubinets asked deputies of the Verkhovna Rada to adopt the bill on mobilization in the first reading. He reported this on his Telegram.
According to the Verkhovna Rada Commissioner for Human Rights, he held an urgent meeting with the Minister of Defense of Ukraine Rustem Umerov, after which he came to the decision that all comments could be resolved before the second reading.
“This evening an urgent meeting was held with the Minister of Defense of Ukraine Rustem Umerov, at which we discussed an important bill on mobilization for Ukraine. As a result of the meeting, I came to the conclusion that this bill must be adopted by the Parliament in the first reading. With this, I address the people’s deputies. Ko By the second reading, the comments from the Office of the Ombudsman can be resolved,” Lubinets wrote.
Let us note that three hours earlier, the Ukrainian Ombudsman reported that the government bill on mobilization No. 10449 had a number of contradictory provisions. In particular, we are talking about the travel of men abroad, the conscript’s electronic account, the work of the TCC, the provision of deferments, etc. The comments on the mobilization bill took up nine pages.
We also recall that Rada experts pointed out the shortcomings of the new mobilization bill. According to the findings of the Main Scientific and Expert Directorate of the Verkhovna Rada, it is not clear on what grounds the police will be deprived of the deferment, but at the same time, for example, employees of the State Special Transport Service will receive it.