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Archives February 28, 2013 posted by

Downer to visit

THE UN Secretary General’s Special Adviser Alexander Downer will be in Cyprus on March 11, for exploratory talks with the two leaders, the Cyprus News Agency reported yesterday.

The Australian former Foreign Minister will be received by newly elected President Nicos Anastasiades and the Turkish Cypriot leader Dervis Eroglu to explore their intentions with regard to a resumption of the Cyprus talks.

After the completion of his contacts in Nicosia, Downer is expected to travel to New York to consult with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and inform the Security Council.

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Archives February 15, 2011 posted by

New law aims to weed out draft cheaters

TIGHTER PHYSICAL and psychological assessments of army conscripts are at the heart of the new National Guard law geared at weeding out draft cheaters.

The law stipulates that for conscripts who got an enlistment waiver on or after January 1, 1995 on any grounds, the Defence Minister “may” refer them for re-evaluation, and, if they are deemed fit they will be drafted to serve the full 24 months. Persons with a permanent disability are excluded.

If a person is deemed fit and eligible for re-enlistment, he may get a deferral for up to six years. Anyone with a deferral or enlistment waiver must undergo re-evaluation once a year until the age of 40. Failure to show up at a re-evaluation constitutes an offence punishable by law.

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Archives September 1, 2010 posted by


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