This is coolbert:
Back in the days of the old Soviet Union and J. Stalin these functionaries of the Luhansk People's Republic [LPR] would have been referred to as "wreckers".
"Wrecking . . . was a crime specified in the criminal code of the Soviet Union in the Stalin era. It is often translated as 'sabotage' . . . and the meaning of 'wrecking' is closer to 'undermining'. (en)"
Source: National Resistance Center | Ukrainska Pravda | January 30, 2023.
"Local puppet 'governors' in Luhansk Oblast have been issued an ultimatum by their Russian handlers in view of the failing mobilization and poor logistical support for the Russian army in the temporarily occupied territories of the oblast."
"Quote: "The occupiers have issued an ultimatum to the gauleiters [a German term for 'governor' dating back to WWII, now used in Ukraine as a synonym for collaborationist] of the temporarily occupied territories of the Luhansk region: either the Russian Federation proceeds to the administrative borders of the region as of 1 April, or there will be 'personnel decisions'."
"The cause of their dissatisfaction is the failure of the mobilization and logistical support for the enemy’s army in this area. The Kremlin blames the collaborators for these setbacks."
"Details: The collaborators have launched a new wave of mobilization in the region to satisfy their Moscow-based handlers and hang onto their jobs."
Administrators and "commissars" must speed up their march. Mobilization of LPR for the war effort too slow, tardy, even delinquent? Moscow at least thinks so!
LPR executors of Moscow policy I well suspect well aware of the sad fate the Donetsk People's Republic militia the Ukraine Conflict. Casualties beyond sustainable. Grim fate too awaits those failing to meet demands of the bosses in Moscow.