Dmytro Lubinets, Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights, has called for the draft law on mobilisation to be adopted in the first reading, despite statements regarding unconstitutional provisions.
Source: Dmytro Lubinets' statement
Quote: "We had an urgent meeting this evening with Rustem Umierov, Ukraine's Defence Minister, to discuss the draft law on mobilisation, which is important for Ukraine.
As a result of the meeting, I came to the conclusion that this draft law should be adopted by the Parliament in the first reading. I am appealing to MPs with this request. The remarks from the Ombudsman's Office can be resolved before the second reading. Once again, I would like to note the quick positive response from the Minister of Defence of Ukraine!"
On 6 February, Lubinets said that the new version of the draft law on mobilisation contained a number of provisions that contradicted the Constitution of Ukraine.