Bill: MGP XXX - National Service Act
Votes: This is an ordinary bill. It requires more yes votes than no votes. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.
Voting deadline: December 2909
|Article I: All males, upon the completion of their mandatory secondary education or legal equivalent, shall hereby be required to serve a time of either military or civilian national service based upon qualification.|
Article II: All females, upon the completion of their mandatory secondary education or legal equivalent, shall hereby be required to serve a time of civilian national service based upon qualification; or, upon their choice, appropriate military service.
Each Duchy, or subsequent political unit shall be reimbursed by the national government in the creation of local boards of officials; which may include but are not limited to town/city mayors, public safety officials (police), educational administrators; with the responsibility of reviewing the qualification(s) of each male and female candidate for either military or civilian national service and giving a recommendation(s) to the Armed Forces or the National Service Organization.
Article III: The national government will create, maintain and fund a Natsionalʹnaya Organizatsiya po Okazaniyu Uslug (National Service Organization) for the training and distribution of civilian service candidates for work.
Old value:: All adults upon completion of schooling must serve a term in the military.
Current: All adults upon completion of schooling can be required in times of war to serve a term in the military.
Proposed: All adults upon completion of schooling must serve either a term in the military or a lesser paid term of civilian national service, at their option.
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