Approval of the new military service law in Turkey

approval of the new military service law in turkey

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday approved a new military service law that would cut compulsory service for males from 12 months to 6 months.

Omar Glick, a spokesman for the Justice and Development Party (AKP), the ruling party in Turkey, wrote in a tweet on Twitter that the president Erdogan The document, signed by the Turkish parliament, was signed earlier Tuesday.

The new law allows bidders to be discharged early, after completing a one-month training course, with a cash payment.

Those who have served for six months are also allowed to continue their service for an additional six months and receive a monthly salary.

According to the new law, the Turkish army will release about 130,000 soldiers in stages and in a deliberate fashion.

Source: Anatolia Agency

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