The State Services Service for complaints about mobilization forwards the appeals of Russians back to the draft boards. This was announced by the head of the human rights organization "Agora" Pavel Chikov in Telegram.
He reported two cases known to him.
In St. Petersburg, the lawyer appealed to the city draft board, headed by Governor Alexander Beglov, on one of the cases of the mobilized - with a complaint against the decision of the draft board of the Primorsky district. According to Chikov, the State Services redirected the appeal to the administration of the Nevsky district of the city.
In the second case, the city recruiting commission forwarded the appeal to the same district commission, against whose decision the complaint was filed. As a result, both appeals were not satisfied, the human rights activist concluded.
On October 3, on the website of the State Services, an opportunity appeared to sign up as a volunteer for the war in Ukraine. By the morning of October 4, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko claimed that more than two thousand people signed up as volunteers through the site. On the same day, the State Services provided an opportunity to file a complaint for those who have already received a summons, but have grounds for a delay.
On September 21, Putin announced a "partial" mobilization, after which Shoigu promised to mobilize "about 300,000 reservists." Summons are handed out to almost everyone, even to citizens who died many years ago. So, in St. Petersburg, the police gave a local resident a summons to the military enlistment office, addressed to her uncle who died 9 years ago. There have also been cases when, within the framework of “partial” mobilization in Russia, they are called up with a diagnosis of schizophrenia or with a set of diseases: pancreatitis, rhinitis, prostatitis, varicose veins and hemorrhoids. Read more about such cases in The Insider .