Mobilization in Russia
Mobilized citizens can suspend enforcement proceedings against them; for this, they or their relatives need to write an appropriate application. Tatyana Moskalkova, Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation, told URA.RU about this.
“I talked with the chief bailiff, who said that in respect of each mobilized person, the obligations related to the suspension of enforcement proceedings will be fulfilled. To do this, you need to submit an application to the bailiff from him or relatives. All bailiffs are focused on this. The law has been passed and is working. We need action on the part of the people,” Moskalkova said.
Earlier, URA.RU reported that Tatyana Moskalkova came with an inspection to the 32nd military camp in Yekaterinburg. The mobilized residents of Chelyabinsk asked the Ombudsman when they or their relatives would receive their wages and how it would be calculated. In response, the commissioner for human rights in the Russian Federation said that the governor would tell about this.