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Friday, July 01, 2005
Yesterday, Mr. Teodor Atanasiu from the ministry of defense, announced something meant to be a reason of joy for a lot of young Romanians. It seems going to the Army will no longer be mandatory for young people.
This way, this law, which is one of the priorities for the existing government, should be discussed next week.
If the law is approved, starting from 1st of January 2007 the regular military training will no longer be mandatory. The last group of people who will go to the Army are the ones scheduled for October 2006 and the ones scheduled for June 2006 (the last date refers to the people going to reduced stages - for example, students).
After January 2007, the Army would be based on volunteers. Of course, during war periods, the military training becomes mandatory for men.
You can find more details on this link here. Only in Romanian, sorry. Thanks Tudor for the info !
Posted by Mihai Botea : 7/01/2005 10:50:00 am
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