On February 6, president Zelenskyy issued orders regarding the continuation of martial law throughout the territory of Ukraine (No. 8419) and the continuation of the all-Ukrainian mobilization of Ukrainians (No. 8420). The draft laws have been registered in the Verkhovna Rada.
According to the bills, starting at 5:30 a. m. on February 19, martial law and mobilization will be extended for 90 days.
What is martial law in Ukraine, and how it affects the lives of Ukrainians. According to the constitution, the Security council is a legal regime that gives specialized bodies of state power the duty to protect the country from a military threat, and at the same time, limits some rights and freedoms of citizens of Ukraine and non-citizens who are on the territory of the state. What exactly are the rights and freedoms: "Which are necessary to ensure the possibility of implementing and carrying out measures of the legal regime of martial law. For example, the state reserves the right to violate "the secrecy of telephone conversations and correspondence, the inviolability of housing, freedom of movement and self-expression, etc."