Myanmar Junta To Implement Conscription Law in Myanmar
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Myanmar Junta To Implement Conscription Law in Myanmar

The Myanmar junta announced to implement the conscription law that was enacted in 2010. It will affect 18-35 male and 18-27 female for ordinary persons; and 18-45 male and 18-35 female for skilled persons.
Myanmar Junta To Implement Conscription Law in Myanmar

The Myanmar junta has declared its intention to enforce the conscription law that was enacted on November 4, 2010 during the Thein Sein administration.

As per the legislation, males aged 18-35 and females aged 18-27 are required to fulfil a minimum two-year military service commitment under the ordinary track. 

However, for individuals with specialised skills, the age range for males is 18-45 and for females it is 18-35 respectively.

If deemed necessary due to the occurrence of armed conflicts, it is possible to extend it for a maximum duration of five years.  

Exemptions are granted just to individuals who are unable to perform the task both mentally and physically, and are specifically authorised by the Myanmar military council.

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The Myanmar junta announced to implement the conscription law that was enacted in 2010. It will affect 18-35 male and 18-27 female for ordinary persons; and 18-45 male and 18-35 female for skilled persons. https://assets-global.website-files.com/64f09a9491a5b2230a3c612b/65c8177d74651f26dc824f2f_20241567.jpg