[size=36]Compulsory recruitment .. Rejection of the cash allowance and parliamentary committees determine its benefits for young people[/size]
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A number of parliamentary committees are seeking to enact a mandatory service law, while the Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee stressed its importance in the development of young people and reduce the spread of negative phenomena among them, the Parliamentary Education Committee expressed its ambition to contribute to the law in the event of its application to reduce the rates of failure It has risen a lot in recent years.
A member of the Committee on Security and Defense Sa'aran miraculous: "Compulsory recruitment is a duty and a national duty in force in most of the small and large countries, strong and weak, each according to the requirements of his situation," noting that "its legislation and its application is an important step to contain young people and alleviate the widespread unemployment among them in general, It also contributes to the development of their capabilities and rehabilitation to serve the community and the nation. "
"The committee is trying to legislate the law and the commander in chief of the armed forces, Adel Abdul Mahdi, was approached," he said, adding that "the implementation of the law needs training camps, equipped and equipped equipment, training equipment and tools, and the cost in salaries will be higher."
In turn, the committee member Adnan al-Asadi said that "the law will contribute to raising the level of education," calling for "to provide all the necessary possibilities for its adoption."
Al-Asadi added that "compulsory recruitment is stipulated in one of the paragraphs of the Constitution as it considers compulsory recruitment and service of science a duty and stipulated that it should be applied by the legislation of its own law."
Al-Asadi explained that "the most prominent benefits of the application of the law as well as being a constitutional duty to provide job opportunities for many unemployed as a salary was determined for the taxpayer not less than 500 thousand dinars, in addition to the project will reduce the scourge of sectarianism and contribute to the unification of the people who will be gathered by a military unit and one place ".
The Higher Education Committee agreed with the vision of its counterpart security and parliamentary defense to the need to legislate the law to reduce cases of repetition and make young people non-consuming producers.
Committee member Muqdam al-Jumaili said that "compulsory service is an important subject with many positive consequences, one of which is the improvement of the level of education, which has been reduced due to indifference as the student who fails does not care because there is no compulsory recruitment." Jumaili added that "this issue affects education because the student will feel behind him a military service and will be more keen to study in order to ensure the improvement of the educational reality in the country and push the process forward."
He continued: "Our youth has become a consumer and not a producer and the Education Committee will be with the Committee on Security and Defense in determining the age and the period of time and covered," saying that "the Committee should stand by the cash."