Russians face 100 times more fines for failing to appear at the military draft office

The State Duma of Russia has prepared a package of amendments that will radically increase penalties for citizens who evade visits to military registration and enlistment offices and service in the army.

According to the draft, which was approved on Thursday by the Duma Committee on State Construction and Legislation, the fine for failing to appear on the agenda without a valid agenda will be increased to 40-50 thousand rubles. Changes are made to Art. 21.5 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation, which currently allows fines from 500 to 3 thousand rubles.

Penalties for refusing to undergo a medical examination are increasing 5-50 times, up to 15-25 thousand rubles (now it is 500-3 thousand rubles).

At the same time, fines are introduced for citizens for not reporting to the military registration and conscript office information about changes in marital status, education, place of work (study) or position; information about moving to a new place of residence not confirmed by a registration. For this you will have to pay from 10 to 20 thousand rubles.

The same penalties are imposed for leaving the place of residence or staying during the summons period for more than three months.



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