Ukraine’s Controversial Conscription Law

Ukraine’s parliament recently passed a controversial conscription law aimed at boosting the ranks of its military forces amidst ongoing conflicts with Russia. This new legislation, spurred by the dire need for additional troops, reduces the draft-eligible age from 27 to 25 and implements several measures to streamline the recruitment process, including mandatory military registration for men aged 18 to 60. The law also introduces incentives like cash bonuses and support for housing. However, it faces significant challenges, including public resistance and logistical issues related to the country’s capacity to arm and support new recruits.

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