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 Rada passed the president's bill on mobilization

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The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine adopted the decree on partial mobilization in 2015, introduced by President Poroshenko.

The bill was passed with 268 votes of the deputies, Censor.NET reports.

Partial mobilization will be carried out on the territory of 24 regions and in Kyiv.

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The decree also provides for a transfer to the reserve (demobilization) to be carried out from March 18 to May 1, 2015. The transfer will include soldiers called to arms under mobilization, for a special period under the decree of the president of March 17, 2014, #303 "On partial mobilization."

According to the decree, the Cabinet of Ministers must transfer the national economy for the particular period to function in amounts that guarantee uninterrupted supply for the needs of the Armed Forces and other military formations in the performance of their tasks, as well as bring certain industries, enterprises, institutions, and organizations to "full readiness."

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The decree provides that it should be brought to the attention of heads of state authorities, other government agencies, local governments, enterprises, institutions, organizations of all forms of ownership that, for the special period, citizens who undergo military service mobilization should be guaranteed preservation of their jobs (positions) for a period under one year.


The decree came into force after it was voted for by the Rada.


 
 
 
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