If a citizen received a summons from the military registration and enlistment office for partial mobilizationhe must come there. If a man does not do this, depending on the circumstances, an administrative or criminal case may be opened against him. The lawyer told Maria Spiridonova in conversation with the publication “Moscow 24”.
Spiridonova explained that for failure to appear on the agenda in order to clarify personal information, a citizen can be fined from 500 to 3,000 rubles under the article “Failure to fulfill military registration duties.”
If the handed summons provides for participation in military training, and a citizen does not appear at the military registration and enlistment office for a long time without good reason, a criminal case can be opened against him on the basis of the article “Evasion of military and alternative civilian service.” Penalties under this article range from a fine of up to 200 thousand rubles and forced labor for up to two years, to six months of arrest and imprisonment for up to 2 years.
The situation of a citizen-evader is complicated during the period of mobilization or martial law, Spiridonova emphasized. Depending on the duration of a man’s absence from the military registration and enlistment office, he may face from 5 to 10 years in prison.