Russian Politicians demand 'immediate withdrawal' from Ukraine as 100 servicemen are fired for refusing to participate in the invasion.

Russian Politicians demand ‘immediate withdrawal’ from Ukraine as 100 servicemen are fired for refusing to participate in the invasion.

Russian politicians are now demanding an ‘immediate withdrawal’ from Ukraine as 1115 soldiers are fired for refusing to participate in the invasion.

Russian Politicians demand 'immediate withdrawal' from Ukraine as 100 servicemen are fired for refusing to participate in the invasion.

Leonid Vasyukevich, a 69-year-old Communist deputy and experienced Russian politician, recently appealed to Vladimir Putin to halt military action, return his soldiers, and end the war in Ukraine.

He denounced the employment of Russian troops in Ukraine, as a Russian court discharged over 115 national guardsmen in the first case of soldiers refusing to fight in Ukraine as politicians urged the army to return home.

Members of the Russian Federation’s National Guard, a different military unit from the Russian army, declined to take part in a mission-related to Moscow’s’special operation’ in Ukraine.

military court in Russia’s southern republic of Kabardino Balkaria ruled that the defendants had ‘arbitrarily refused to perform an official assignment,’ and dismissed their appeal.

According to the Moscow Times, the hearing was held behind closed doors in order to avoid revealing “military secrets.”
The veteran local MP told legislators in the Primorsky region that he and his colleagues were writing tRussian President Vladimir Putin.
Putin’s supporters have labeled him “traitor,” and he may now face legal action for defaming the  Russian army.
‘We support measures to assist families of servicemen killed in the special military operation,’ he told regional legislator in Vladivostok, Russia’s Pacific capital.
‘We recognize that unless our country halts the special military operation, there will be even more  orphans.’
‘Young men are killed and maimed during the operation, despite the fact that they could have helped our country.’
Three months have passed since the war began, ‘and it is clearly impossible to achieve success through military means,’ he said, interrupted by the assembly.
If Putin continues his war, the number of servicemen killed and injured will inevitably arise.
‘We demand that Russian troops leave Ukraine immediately…’
Throughout his brave speech, loyalist parliament chairman Alexander Rolik tried to stop him.

 

‘I’m warning you… He was told that he was abusing the agenda. ‘You are speaking without permission, which is a violation of the order.’

Governor Oleg Kozhemyako demanded that he and his supporters be removed from the assembly for defaming the Russian army.

‘These actions bring the Russian army and our defenders in the fight against Nazism into disrepute.’ The angry governor was stormed by a traitor.

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