In November, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine once again extended martial law and general mobilization – they will last until February 14, 2024. According to the law, stopping people on the street and checking their documents is the prerogative of representatives of the National Police.
However, in the Lviv region they decided to expand the list of those who can check documents, adding to it employees of the Territorial Acquisition and Social Support Centers. This order was issued by the regional military administration.
The corresponding order notes that employees of the Lviv TCC will be able to check documents on the street for men of military age and that citizens of military age (18-60 years) in the region during martial law must carry identification documents with them and submit them for inspection by authorized persons TCC and SP.
Earlier, the Poltava Regional TCC and SP said that representatives of military registration and enlistment offices do not have the right to take citizens’ documents, telephones, or enter private territory without being accompanied by police officers and without reason. They also do not have the right to stop public transport and other means of transportation for the purpose of issuing summonses. However, at checkpoints, if it is necessary to check documents, the driver may be given a summons.
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