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    Parliamentary Security: Conscription is still a dead letter

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    Post by rocky Wed 23 Jan 2019, 2:38 am


    Parliamentary Security: Conscription is still a dead letter

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    The Committee on Security and Defense said on Wednesday that the law on compulsory recruitment is still on paper, indicating that there are priorities for other laws deferred since the previous parliamentary session.
    "The law of compulsory recruitment has not been read and approved, but the Ministry of Defense supports the adoption of the law. The law is still on paper in the House of Representatives," MP Katheer al-Rikabi said in a statement.
    "The compulsory recruitment law has not been read, because there are priorities," he said. "There are laws in parliament that have not been read since the previous parliamentary session."
    He explained that "the most laws that are read in parliament comes through the prime minister, but the law of compulsory recruitment did not reach parliament from the premiership." Ending / 25 n
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