Committee for the Defense: The government withdrew the law, "compulsory service"
Baghdad / long-Presse
And put some of the political and parliamentary parties, including the Ministry of Defense, Law (compulsory military service) as a substitute for the project ( the National Guard ) , which sparked widespread controversy earlier this year.
and ensure the political agreement, which emerged from the government - Abadi, a timetable to pass laws package , including the (National Guard) made by the forces Union as a condition for participation in thecurrent government.
in this context, the MP said Abdulaziz Hassan, a member of the security committee of parliamentary, " TheCommittee discussed the pre - project compulsory military service law which raised about it are different views of its members, but the government withdrew the law was prepared by the Commission so far , " stressing " the lack of the will to legislate compulsory military service law." Hassan added in an interview with (long -Presse) that " the security committee amended some of the paragraphs of the law and discussed with specialists." The MP for Nineveh , that " the law can not be passed in Parliament in the current circumstances, being a need quiet time." The Ministry of Defense has announced the vote on the draft law ofmilitary service (compulsory military service), arguing that the move will provide backup broad base of themilitary establishment to build a sophisticated army comparable to the global armies.
He revealed the ministry officials said the law includes 75 articles, relied on the legal legacy of the conscription law previously, in addition to Article IX of the second paragraph of the Iraqi constitution.
according to officials, the length of service will be determined in the light of academic achievement, that serves the graduates of primary school for a year and four months, while the serve graduates of junior high school for one year, and graduates of bachelor nine months. According to the draft of the master 's and doctoral graduates exempt from service. "
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