Over the past month, the courts of Ukraine issued about 100 sentences for evading mobilization. This was reported on May 25 by Strana.ua.
“The courts are increasingly pronouncing sentences for evading mobilization: in the last month alone, about a hundred sentences for men liable for military service who evaded military service appeared in the register of court decisions,” the publication’s Telegram channel says.
It is noted that the courts, as a rule, appoint three years of imprisonment with a probationary period of one or two years as a measure of punishment. At the same time, similar sentences are passed against those who made a deal with the investigation.
Earlier, on May 17, the former head of the Ukrainian government, Mykola Azarov, said that in Ukraine, during the period of mobilization, military commissars in large cities became dollar millionaires, the office of President Volodymyr Zelensky and the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) also have their share.
On May 2, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine extended martial law and general mobilization for another 90 days, until August 18.
Meanwhile, on May 8, an activist of the Nikolaev underground said that in the city all men were taken indiscriminately and taken to mobilization points.
Prior to that, on April 27, a video appeared on the Web, presumably of forced mobilization in the Ukrainian Cherkassy. The presented footage shows how the military registration and enlistment office officers caught and beat the man. One of the employees of the military registration and enlistment office struck him in the face, after which two others knocked the man to the ground, where he also received a kick.