Mobilization in Russia
Residents of the Kama region spoke about the possibility of attracting students to fill the positions of company employees who were called up as part of partial mobilization. The opinions of those surveyed were divided, said the company SuperJob, which conducted the study.
“The opinion of Permians in assessing the initiative “mobilization of students” was divided. Every third economically active Permian spoke in favor of the “labor mobilization” of students,” the study document states.
A third of parents of students of higher and secondary specialized educational institutions supported the initiative – 33% of respondents. At the same time, fathers more often than mothers voted “for”. Another 38% of respondents were against it. And among the students, the majority found it difficult to give any assessment (36% of respondents). The remaining votes were divided equally in support of “labor mobilization” and against this initiative – 32% each.
According to Izvestia, the leadership of six regions of the Russian Federation admitted the possibility of introducing “labor mobilization” of students on the territory. Among them are the Kaluga, Kurgan, Kursk, Leningrad, Chelyabinsk regions and the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug.
URA.RU wrote earlier that the Perm Territory has completed the task in terms of the number of mobilized residents. Several echelons of mobilized fighters were sent from Perm, who had to leave their jobs.
The agency correspondents also reported that the head of the DPR, Denis Pushilin, signed a decree on partial demobilization. From the ranks of the armed forces of Russia began to dismiss students by decree of Russian President Vladimir Putin.