Approved last Monday in the Council of Ministers, Bill 44.18 states that the duration of the military service is 12 months and the age of appeal of taxpayers is fixed at 19 years. According to the same text, temporary or definitive exemptions, the conditions of which are laid down by regulation, may be authorized for certain reasons, in particular physical or health disorders.
Bill 44.18 on the military service, which was adopted on Monday in the Council of Ministers, under the chairmanship of HM King Mohammed VI, states that citizens contribute to the defense of their homeland and territoriality in accordance with the provisions of Article 38 of the Constitution. integrity. For this purpose they are subject to military service in accordance with the terms and conditions set out in the aforementioned bill.
For example, according to Article 4 of this draft, the duration of the military service is twelve months and the age of the taxpayer's profession is fixed at 19 years, while the military service is due until the age of 25 years. According to Article 1 of this legal text, temporary or definitive exemptions, the conditions of which are laid down by regulation, may be granted for certain reasons, in particular physical or medical disability, which are confirmed by a medical report from the medical services. competent public hospital training, family support or in-service training.
Similarly, according to Article 2, military service is excluded, as long as they are not rehabilitated, those who have been sentenced to a criminal judgment or imprisonment for more than six months. Persons older than 25, who are exempt or exempt for one of the reasons mentioned in Article 1, can however be summoned to provide military service until their age of 40, if termination of the reason for exemption or exemption, article 4 states.
Persons who for whatever reason have not fulfilled their military service may, if circumstances so require, be mobilized, read in article 3. After the military service, referred to in the reserve of the Royal Netherlands Armed Forces (FAR) in accordance with the legislation in force, Article 5 indicates. In addition, Article 6 states that "the conscripts are subject to military laws and regulations, including law N 108-11 on military case law, Act No. 01-12 on basic guarantees granted to FAR Army and Dahir No. 1-74 -383 to approve the regulation of general discipline in FAR ", noting that they get numbers according to the hierarchy in force in the FAR.
If necessary, conscripts with technical or professional qualifications may complete specific tasks within the administrations upon completion of the common basic training that falls under the provisions of Articles 37 and 38 of the general discipline regulations in the FAR. empowered by the military authority, which determines the conditions and the duration thereof, in accordance with Article 7. Conscripts who do not belong to certain categories, in particular officials and civil servants, are entitled to allowances, the tariffs of which are fixed by regulation, are covered by Article 8, with the proviso that the remuneration and allowances are exempt from taxes or other levies provided for in the applicable legislation.
According to Article 9, the needs of conscripts are met "under conditions identical to those of FAR soldiers". Clothing and food are free, regardless of the grade. Article 10 adds that conscripts, like the military, are entitled to care in military hospitals, medical coverage, death and disability insurance and medical social assistance. Article 11 provides in the same way that, like active military personnel, the damage suffered by conscripts during their military service is covered by invalidity and invalidity insurance. At the end of their military service, the conscripts are released, article 12 points out that a fraction or the totality of the quota can, however, be released or maintained in advance beyond the legal term, as recalled in accordance with the legislation in force, if the circumstances this requires. Article 13 of its article provides that conscripts, even after their release, are bound to secrecy and protection of their defense secrets, including everything that has to do with the facts, information and documents of which they are aware. on the occasion of military service and are liable in this connection for the sanctions provided for in the applicable legislation.
"Without prejudice to the contrary laws, regulations and administrative provisions, officials and servants of public administrations, local authorities, employees of establishments and public undertakings and other bodies shall be subject to Law 69-00 on financial control of the State public enterprises and other bodies shall be made available to the national authorities. defense administration during the period of military service, "states article 14." As such, they retain their right to promotion, pension, compensation and social security in their original environment, benefit from death and disability insurance and medical and social assistance. as well as active members of the army Contributions or contributions are borne by the state ", according to the same article that states that after their military service they are restored to their original framework. Finally, according to Article 15 of the draft law, persons who are the subject of a military service and who have been called by the competent authority to identify or screen them, refrain from appearing in front of that authority, without valid reason, punishable by a prison sentence of one (1) to three (3) months and a fine of 2,000 to 5,000 dirhams.