The policeman demanded 3.5 thousand US dollars from the Lviv woman for her brother to “avoid mobilization”


A police officer demanded $3,500 from a Lviv woman for her brother to "avoid mobilization

In Lviv, a policeman demanded a bribe for “avoiding mobilization”. For his “services” he wanted to receive 3.5 thousand dollars.

According to the investigation, a representative of the patrol police of the Lviv region demanded 3.5 thousand dollars from a local resident for “solving the issue” regarding mobilization her relative in the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

A bribe for avoiding mobilization

He assured the woman that he was influencing the officials of the territorial center for recruitment and social support and for a monetary reward he could help avoid the mobilization of her brother.

The issue of choosing a measure of restraint for the man is being decided. Investigative actions are ongoing, other persons involved are being identified.

The crime was exposed by prosecutors together with the investigative department of the regional administration of the DBR in Lviv.

Recall.After the start of a full-scale invasion of Russia on February 24, a general mobilization was announced in Ukraine. In November, the Verkhovna Rada extended martial law and general mobilization for another 90 days until February 19, 2023.

According to current legislation, the age for mobilization is 18-60 years. All men of this age are considered liable for military service and can mobilize. There are exceptions where they may not be drafted.

Who can't be drafted into the military

  • citizens involved in public authorities, critically important enterprises and institutions;
  • recognized, in accordance with the conclusion of the military medical commission, temporarily unfit for military service for health reasons for up to six months;
  • citizens caring for persons in need of guardianship;
  • men and women with many children and women with three or more minor children;
  • single parents and single mothers raising at least one minor child;
  • guardians and foster parents who support orphans or children deprived of parental care;
  • parents who are raising a minor child with a disability of subgroup A;
  • parents who are raising a minor child with a disability of III-IV groups;
  • parents who are raising an adult child with a disability of I or II groups;
  • women and men whose close relatives died or went missing while participating in hostilities;
  • women and men with a minor child and a man (wife) doing military service ;
  • people's deputies of Ukraine and deputies of the Verkhovna Rada of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea; employees of certain law enforcement agencies;
  • recipients of professional higher and higher education, assistant trainees, graduate students and doctoral students studying in full-time or dual forms of education cannot be called up for service.

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