Besides, the bill rejects a few articles that were a piece of the current law [Proclamation No 809/2014]. Among which is the arrangement assigned under Article 36 rattling off criminal exercises under the domain of the military court. In this way, a not insignificant rundown of criminal exercises will from now on not fall under the purview of a military court.
The general substance of the draft bill was to a great extent invited by individuals from parliament before alluding it to the recently rebuilt Foreign Relations and Peace Affairs Standing Committee for further discourse. Notwithstanding, MPs raised worries over obligation free benefits allowed to the National Defense Force on imports of military hardware.