Soldiers Who Refuse To Go To War May Face A Jail Term Up To 10 Years – Russia’s New Criminal Code

Solider Who Refuse To Go To War May Face A Jail Term Of 3 To 10 Years - Russia’s New Criminal Law

According to the official legal information portal, President Vladimir Putin has approved changes to the law to Russia’s Criminal Code under which military members who refuse to obey a senior officer’s order during martial law or to engage in combat will receive a prison sentence of up to three years, and if the refusal results […]

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