[size=36]Parliamentary committee reveals the category exempted from compulsory service[/size]
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The Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee revealed, on Friday, the category exempted from compulsory service according to the law, stressing that the service includes privileges such as loans and land plots, in addition to financial amounts.
Committee member Ali Al-Ghanimi said in an interview with the official agency, "The Compulsory Service Law defines service for specific periods and according to academic achievement, and it includes financial allocations for soldiers who enroll in accordance with the law."
He added, "The Ministry of Defense has so far not confirmed its readiness to implement what is stated in the law, in terms of infrastructure and work requirements in accordance with the rules of compulsory service, because there are large numbers that will join the service."
He pointed out that "there are privileges for those who join the compulsory service, such as opportunities for appointment, loans and competition for plots of land," noting that "the periods of compulsory service are different, ranging between two years and a year and a half and between nine months for graduates," noting that "the exemption from compulsory service included holders of a doctorate degree." .
Al-Ghanimi explained that "within the law there is a financial allowance for compulsory service, because the law came in order to absorb unemployment and provide a simple amount of money not exceeding 750,000 dinars for the soldier," noting that "the law at the same time has many financial problems."
He pointed out that "the law has not yet reached the parliament, and it cannot be passed during the current session, and it may be submitted during the next session." Ended 29/A 4