The Kremlin is discussing the possibility of introducing martial law
The Kremlin called the plan to introduce martial law “undesirable, but possible” and defined a necessary condition.
Russian authorities are discussing the possibility of introducing martial law in the country. The Kremlin will take such a step if Ukrainian troops continue to attack the Russian army in the temporarily occupied territories. Saturday 24 September reports the Russian edition layout.
Thus, martial law in the Russian Federation can be introduced if Ukraine attacks Russian troops in the so-called “annexed territories”, that is, those territories where Russia holds pseudo-referendums on “accession to the Russian Federation” and manufactures the results of the “vote”.
Two sources called the plan to impose martial law “undesirable but possible”.
It was also reported that the Russian Federation may announce a ban on leaving the country for enlisted men. At the beginning of the week, this plan will be discussed by Russian President Vladimir Putin and representatives of parliament and the government. Then the final decision will be made.
The ban could be in effect until the end of September, as the authorities assess the flow of men leaving the country as “alarming”.
Previous media reported this draft laws on the entry of the occupied territories into the Russian Federation it can be presented to the State Duma on the evening of September 28 and Putin can deliver a message to the Federal Assembly on September 30.
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