In Zaporizhzhia, for three days in a row, employees of military registration and enlistment offices, together with representatives of the Municipal Guard, have been making door-to-door visits to conscripts, during which employees of the TCC issue summonses.

Why mobilization was so intensified in Zaporizhia and why the "Municipal Guard" was involved - the details of these rounds were told in a comment for by the first deputy mayor Oleksandr Vlasiuk.

"There is a war going on, and our direct duty is to help the Armed Forces of Ukraine, which include the TCC," says Oleksandr Vlasiuk. - The main task is to notify those men who must come to the TCC and verify their data there. We are talking about men who, for some reason, did not appear at the TCC during martial law."

He adds that representatives of the city council should not serve summonses and are involved so that possible verbal conflicts do not turn into fights.

"We don't do that, we don't serve summonses. These are the powers of the CCC. Our task is to protect public order. These are not spy games, there is no goal to knock down anyone's door. Not at all. We brought all this to the attention of the heads of condominiums."

The fact that the employees of the "Municipal Guard" have not issued and do not issue summonses - this was reported by this utility company on its Facebook page.

"We only have the right to ensure public order during the work of the Territorial Recruitment and Social Support Centers for Notification of Conscripts in the city of Zaporizhzhia," the Municipal Guard said.

What the lawyer says

Lawyer Rostyslav Kravets, who has repeatedly commented on the topic of mobilization, says that the law unequivocally answers the question of whether representatives of the TCC and the Municipal Guard have the right to enter the apartment.

"Neither representatives of the TCC, nor representatives of the Municipal Guard, even representatives of the police have the right to enter the home. This is possible only in cases where it is necessary to save lives, when there is a threat of destruction of property, or they directly have a court decision to enter the home. In other cases, they do not have the right to enter the home, enter private yards. If this happens, it is illegal entry," Rostyslav Kravets explains the law.

Recall that in Transcarpathia, a man from the store was taken to the TCC and declared "fit".