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Ley de caducidad (Uruguay), Ley de Reestructuración (; Argentina), Ley (Law of National Defense; Argentina), , –55 Leyes de. ARTICULO 2°: A los fines de la presente ley se define como seguridad .. ARTICULO 38°: Derogase el Art. 13 de la ley , así como el cuadro anexo al . La defensa en Argentina está regida por la ley de , aprobada durante el gobierno del presidente Raúl Alfonsín. En se aprobó.

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Compulsory military service had been replaced by voluntary enrolment inalthough the government retained powers to restore conscription in an emergency. Those under 21 were required to have parental consent.

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If the number of volunteers failed to meet the quota of recruits for a particular year, Congress could authorize the conscription for up to 12 months of citizens who turned 18 that year. In an armed conflict, the whole population had to support the war effort with non-military leg. In JuneDecree regulating the National Defence Law established a clearer line of civilian command over the armed forces and in the development of defence policies.


Each branch of the armed forces had its own primary, secondary and training schools. The army had seven primary and secondary-schools around the country, which offered the national curriculum as well as military instruction. Candidates for officer training at the National Military College had to have completed secondary education and were usually about 17 or 18 years old.

They needed parental consent if they were under Women could take courses that included artillery, engineering, communications and logistics.

Students were allowed to leave the college without penalty. Candidates to the Military Aviation School had to be aged and to have completed their secondary education.

Those seeking to enrol at the Military Naval School had to be at least in their final secondary school year typically aged 17 and have parental consent if under Candidates to the non-commissioned officers’ air force school had to be agedhave parental consent if under 21 and have completed their secondary education. Graduates received the rank of corporal cabo after two years’ training.

Boys and girls aged could enrol in military high schools liceos militares run by the armed forces. The schools provided a general education, with military instruction for students in their last two years. In October Argentina endorsed the Paris Commitments to protect children from unlawful recruitment or use by armed forces or armed groups and the Paris Principles and guidelines on children associated with armed forces or armed groups.


The two documents, which were previously endorsed by 59 states at a February ministerial meeting in Paris, reaffirmed international standards and operational principles for the protection of and assistance to child soldiers, following a wide-ranging leey consultation jointly sponsored by the French government and UNICEF.

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Child Soldiers Global Report 2008 – Argentina

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