One of them wanted to agree on free travel abroad for male relatives.
The National Agency for the Prevention of Corruption (NAZK) drew up administrative protocols against two People’s Deputies who used their powers to circumvent restrictions on martial law.
About this it is said on the agency’s website.
The violators were Anatoliy Ostapenko, a deputy from the “Servant of the People” party, and Vasyl Petivka, a deputy from the “Trust” group.
It is noted that Ostapenko used his right to a parliamentary appeal and wrote to the head of the Zhytomyr Regional Military Administration. He asked that his son be allowed to drive during the curfew.
In turn, Petovka turned to the head of Zakarpattia OVA. He wanted his son, his cousin and the father of his son’s wife to be allowed to cross the state border freely.
Ban on leaving Ukraine
Early in the morning of February 24, the Russian occupying forces launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine. In connection with this, a regime of martial law was introduced in Ukraine.
As previously reported by UNIAN, under the conditions of martial law in Ukraine, men aged 18 to 60 cannot legally leave the country. Departure is allowed only on such grounds as unsuitability for military service, the presence of three minor children, adopted children, care for persons with disabilities, and so on.
Martial law and mobilization in Ukraine were extended for 90 days – from August 23 to November 21.
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