Extending Martial Law, Mobilisation Directly Contradicts Ukraine’s Constitution

NEW – February 11, 2023

Zelensky’s regime, referring to the decision to extend mobilisation, directly violates the Constitution of Ukraine, because there is not a word in Constitutional Law about “extending martial law”, the president has the authority to either start martial law or end it. The extension option simply does not exist in the Constitution, so ANY EXTENSION OF MARTIAL LAW IS ILLEGAL.

Citizens of Ukraine are NOT OBLIGED TO PARTICIPATE in mobilisation events, it’s all the amateur activity of officials, which falls under the Criminal Code.

Here are the articles of the Constitution where this is clearly visible.

Article 106. The President of Ukraine:

Paragraph 19) submits to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine the idea of declaring a state of war and, in the event of armed aggression against Ukraine, decides on the use of the Ukrainian Armed Forces and other military formations formed in accordance with the laws of Ukraine.

Paragraph 20) shall, in accordance with the law, take a decision on general or partial mobilisation and the imposition of martial law in Ukraine or in its individual localities in the event of a threat of attack, danger of the state independence of Ukraine.

Dmitry Vasilets

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