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In addition, persons who are over 18 years old and volunteered for military service may be called for the qualification.
The rationale behind some fans' calls for the exemption of military service for outstanding athletes is that their tenure is very short, compared to normal workers, and they retire at a young age.
By reinstating the mandatory military service in 2017 after it was suspended by parliament in 2001, Kuwait has become the third Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) country to embrace the system, following Qatar in 2013 and the UAE in 2014.
According to the charge sheet, prosecutors said the suspect issued a paper on behalf of the armed forces in which he mentioned that he had completed his military service successfully.
He also said that a study had to be carried out first to see whether Latvia had enough human resources with appropriate qualities such as health condition to reintroduce compulsory military service.
The employee or worker shall return to his job or work kept therefore if he so requests within thirty days from the day he is released from military service or the stay thereafter and within one week from the date of his release after the in-call for service.
C- All state employees and those who work in private and joint sector, at military service, have the right to return to their jobs under the condition that they put themselves at the disposal of those sides within 15 days of the date of their military release.
The money to be collected from those who will buy their way out of military service will be spent on arms procurement, Deputy Prime Minister BE-lent Arync has said.
The number of those evading from military service without serious reasons is declining, he said.
The first batch of cadets in the military service will comprise those who have completed secondary school this year.
The men both sent letters to "Egyptian military and civilian authorities, demanding exemption from the military service and to have an alternate civilian service", but both the letters went unanswered.

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