Ukraine reports a spike in fines for breaking military registration rules

Source: Opendatabot

In the first six months of 2024, Ukraine’s conscription offices have issued 11,798 fines for violations of military registration rules,  it is more compared to 10,337 cases recorded in 2024.

o far, 4,236 of these fines have been settled, but 7,562 are still in the process of being collected.

The increase in fines comes after new changes to the Code of Administrative Offenses came into effect in May 2024. These changes mean stricter penalties for anyone breaking military registration and mobilization rules.

If conscripts fail to register with a conscription office,  they face fines ranging from 3,400 to 25,500 hryvnas.

First time violations will cost you 3400-5100 hryvnas, 5100-8500 hryvnas’ fine is for repeated violations while martial law will make you pay 17000-25500 hryvnas.
If you’re on the list of violators, you’re added to the Unified Register of Debtors. The enforcement service can then seize your funds and property to ensure you pay up. Administrative penalties can be applied within three months from the date the violation is detected but no later than one year from when the offense occurred.

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