Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law providing for an increase in the fine for failure to appear at the military commissariat on the agenda without a good reason to 30,000 rubles.
The law is published on the Official Internet Portal of Legal Information of the Russian Federation.
What’s in the law
The draft of this law was submitted to the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation on February 1, 2019 by a group of deputies headed by Andrey Krasov, First Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Defense Committee.
The bill passed its first reading on March 17, 2021.
According to the document, the amount of the fine for failure to appear at the military registration and enlistment office on the agenda without a good reason will be from 10 to 30 thousand rubles (previously – from 500 to 3,000 rubles).
Failure to provide information to the military registration and enlistment office / body of primary military registration about a change in place of work / study, position, place of residence without registration, education and marital status will be punished by a fine in the amount of 1 to 5 thousand rubles.
A citizen who is subject to primary military registration and who did not report leaving his place of residence for more than 3 months during the call-up period will be fined from 10 to 20 thousand rubles.
Increased fines for other violations. In particular, for failure to provide the military registration and enlistment office with a list of records subject to initial military registration, the amount of the fine will be from 40 to 50 thousand rubles for officials, and from 350 to 400 thousand rubles for legal entities.
Fines for evading medical examinations have also been increased, now they range from 15 to 30 thousand rubles.
For intentional loss or damage to military registration documents, the amount of the fine will be from 3 to 5 thousand rubles.
In addition, the law establishes fines for late notification / ensuring the appearance of citizens subject to mobilization and for refusing to assist in this process: for officials, the amount of the fine will be from 60 to 80 thousand rubles, for legal entities – from 400 to 500 thousand rubles.
Similar fines are set for those who, in violation of their duties, did not ensure the supply of equipment to military units and assembly points in accordance with mobilization plans.
In addition, fines for non-fulfillment of military transport duties have been increased.
In accordance with the law, the military transport obligation in Russia is established during the period of mobilization and in wartime.
It applies to regional and federal executive authorities, local governments and organizations (airports, oil depots, marinas, etc.).
All of them, in order to ensure the defense and security of the country, must provide the state with transport and property in their ownership.
The procedure for compensation for possible losses incurred in connection with such provision is determined by the government.