Fedir Venislavsky, a member of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on National Security, Defense and Intelligence, said that the working group has already developed two new draft laws on mobilization in Ukraine. In a commentary to Obozrevatel, he explained that one of them concerns social protection of the military, and the other will be aimed at improving the process of mobilization and military service.
"As for social protection, it is planned to systematically regulate issues related to vacations, in particular for those who have returned from captivity, in case of childbirth, etc. - explains Venislavsky. - For example, a new additional leave with pay for 90 calendar days is proposed for servicemen released from captivity (except for those who refused to continue their service and wish to resign)."
The government also wants to legislate the right of the military to demobilization, he notes.
"Parliament is discussing the idea of demobilizing the military after 18 or 36 months of continuous service, but so far it is at the level of discussion and there is no final decision on this," the MP said.