Asadi: Re-discussion of the Compulsory Recruitment Law
A member of the parliamentary security and defense committee, Adnan al-Asadi, said Tuesday that the committee will reconsider the draft law on compulsory recruitment approved by the previous government.
"The parliamentary security and defense committee will re-discuss the compulsory draft law approved by the previous government," al-Asadi said in a statement.
He pointed out that "the Constitution stressed compulsory service and organization by law, which is in place but needs to be activated."
He added that "activating compulsory service falls on the executive branch and the Ministry of Defense is preparing the infrastructure and supplies, training camps and shelters, in addition to the Ministry of Finance to provide a rewarding salary between 300 - 400 thousand per month to live the soldier dignity to address unemployment to create a national generation and promote harmony between the components of the people" .
Al-Asadi pointed out that "the problem that stands in the way of implementation of the law in the Ministry of Defense that it did not create the infrastructure and training camps so far."
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