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The Government Council will meet in Tetouan on Monday, August 20 to consider a bill on national military service before submitting it to the Council of Ministers for approval on the same day. ministers, chaired by King Mohammed VI. Details.
A source of government that was approached by le360 on Saturday confirms the government council's assessment on Monday, August 20, coinciding with the 65th anniversary of the King & # 39; s and People & # 39; s Revolution, of a bill that introduces the national military service.
After consideration and approval by the Government Council, the same bill will be submitted to the high approval of the Council of Ministers that will be presided over in the royal palace of Tetouan by King Mohammed VI on the same day.
"It is a bill that the Constitution prescribes as the character of national utility and priority that must necessarily be approved and adopted in the Council of Ministers, which is the highest ruling body of the Kingdom", explains the source of the 360.
The same piece of legislation must then be submitted to the Parliament for approval, including members and councilors
For the time being it is not known whether an extra-judicial session will be convened by the head of the government by way of decree. It is also unclear whether the law should wait until Parliament returns in the second half of October.
One thing is certain; nobody would dispute the validity of the decision to return to military service, a national duty with indisputable benefits: civic education and overall preparation of young people to defend their homeland.