The Ukrainian parliament will once again consider extending martial law and general mobilization in the country. This will be the eighth vote on this issue since the beginning of the war.
Since the beginning of the Russian invasion on February 24, martial law was imposed in Ukraine, which was extended by 90 days. The last extension of martial law took place on May 2, 2023. In total, martial law in Ukraine was extended 7 times. Currently, martial law measures are in force until August 18.
Yaroslav Zheleznyak, a member of the Ukrainian parliament, wrote on his Telegram channel:
The last extension of martial law and mobilization in Ukraine was established in May this year and is valid until August 18, 2023. Most likely, this extension of martial law and general mobilization will also last 90 days, i.e. until November 15, 2023.
He also reminded about the decision-making algorithm:
It is worth remembering that during martial law, a curfew applies throughout the country. In each city, however, it applies in a different period, but at night. Curfews are regulated depending on the security situation. For example, at the beginning of the full-scale invasion, lockdowns were in place for a day or more. During the curfew, citizens are not allowed to be on the streets without special permits.