Italy Introduces Bill for Compulsory Military Service . . . 18-26 Year olds; Men and Women

Italy Introduces Bill for Compulsory Military Service . . .  18-26 Year olds; Men and Women

A Bill filed in the Italian Parliament provides for the return of compulsory military service, with 6 months of civil or military service for young people between 18 and 26 years of age, both men and women.  Men go military, women go Civil.

Matteo Salvini, vice-premier and leader of the League (political party), announced this initiative on social media, stressing that it represents a form of civic education, discipline, attention to others and respect for themselves and others, with potential positive effects on young people.

The bill, signed by the deputy of the Eugenio Zoffili League, is entitled “ Establishment of the territorial universal military and civil service and delegates to the Government for its discipline ”. Zoffili, member of the Defense in the Chamber commission, developed this proposal, anticipated by Salvini during the national Alpine meeting in Vicenza. The proposal aims to involve young people in activities useful to the community, such as rescue, civil protection, first aid and forest protection.

A relevant aspect of the proposal is that the service will be carried out exclusively in Italy, in the region of residence or domicile of the citizen, with priority in its province. The movements will be limited, unless explicitly requested by the citizen and with the prior authorization of the competent authorities.


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