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The National Military Service Act, which was enacted in 2010, will come into force on February 10, 2024.

The Militia Conscription Law was enacted on November 4, 2010, during the National Peace and Development Council, and came into force only after the National Peace and Development Council.

Laws and regulations necessary for the militia service law that came into force. Procedures; order announcement The Ministry of Defense will continue to issue orders and instructions, Naska said.

In Article 385 of the Constitution, “Independence of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar; The protection of sovereignty and territorial integrity is the responsibility of every citizen.

Similarly, section 386 stipulates that every citizen is responsible for military education and military service for the defense of the state in accordance with the laws. The National Military Service Law also states that every citizen is responsible for observing these three responsibilities.


“Today, at this time, according to the situation in our country, the militia strategy, There is a need to implement a mandatory national military service system that includes all citizens. This is why we are doing these things. Internationally, if necessary, we will see a higher level of military organization than the previous national conscription system called War Mobilization. Acting like this is national defense, National Security Agency spokesman General Zaw Min Tun said.

■ What is enacted?

The Public Military Service Law stipulates that a citizen who serves in the military as a public military service.

In the Civil Service Law, the age for military service is between 18 and 35 years for men. If it is a woman, it is stipulated that the age is between 18 and 27 years.

In addition, if the expert is a male, between the ages of 18 and 45, If the expert is a woman, the age of 18 to 35 years is defined.

In the case of an expert, a doctor engineering According to the militia service law, it means people who are educated in industrial crafts or other professions.



Similarly, it is stipulated that military industrial education means an industrial and industrial expert among the employees who are serving in the Tatmadaw, whose education is specified by the order of the Council of the Department of Defense.

A militia member must be entitled to the salary and allowances according to the level specified in the military during military service.

A militia member dies during military service; If there are any injuries, it is stated that if the duty is covered, the Army will receive the specified benefits.




In addition, for a state employee who is serving as a member of the militia, the period during which he is serving is defined as duty time. An employee who has completed his militia service period must be employed by the employer as specified in the occupation he originally served or a similar occupation. If a person who has served in the militia until the end of the specified period wants to join the army voluntarily, the specified rules, The Law on Militia Service stipulates that military service can be allowed in accordance with the rules.


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Also, people with doctoral degrees The Civil Service Law also states that people who have professional degrees and meet the qualifications specified from time to time can be appointed as emergency gazetted officers.

In addition, the militia law also includes provisions for temporary deferment and exemption.


When the Central Committee for Militia Service Convocation examines the applications submitted by the Region or State Committee for Militia Service Convocation, (1) those who have been certified by the relevant Army Medical Examination Board that they are temporarily unable to serve in the military; (2) State employees; (3) People who are studying, (4) People who care for the elderly who have no one else to take care of them, (5) People who are receiving drug addiction treatment. (6) It is stipulated that those serving prison terms may be temporarily suspended from serving in the militia.




The law states that these individuals must complete the period of public military service, even if they exceed the age of military service.

In addition, as persons who will be exempted from the obligation to serve in the militia, (a) parishioners; (b) married women (including women who are divorced but have children); (c) Any limb is permanently damaged.