December 6, 2022

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Pro-Putin allies criticize chaotic mobilization: 'totally unacceptable'

Pro-Putin allies criticize chaotic mobilization: ‘totally unacceptable’

Russia’s first mobilization since World War II sparked a series of protests across the country, with more than 2,000 people arrested, according to human rights groups. Men of military age attempt to flee the country en masse. There were long traffic jams on the borders with Finland and Georgia, and international flights ran out.

Reports that people with no military experience were summoned, causing further unrest. For example, stories have emerged of “unsuitable” candidates being picked to send to the front, such as students and even a retired diabetic.

Two senior politicians

The head of the Federation Council, the upper chamber of the Russian parliament, Valentina Matvijenko, indicated via Telegram that he was aware that unqualified men would continue to be called. Such abuses are totally unacceptable. And in my opinion, it is only right that society reacts very strongly to this,” it seems.

And she said in a letter to them that she holds the governors of the region responsible for the progress of mobilization. “Ensure that partial filling is carried out according to the described parameters, without a single error.”

The message of the State Duma Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin is the same. If an error occurs, it is necessary to correct it. Authorities at all levels must be aware of their responsibilities.”

According to the official reading, President Putin invited 300,000 people to mobilize. Reports in the independent Russian media that there will in fact be more than a million men have been twice denied by the Kremlin.

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