The decision of the conscription commission is a special document that records information about the conscription of a citizen for military service, release from service, and provision of a postponement.
The decision is made on the basis of consideration of the documents of the conscript, his medical examination.
The decision of the conscription commission is non-normativeAn act that is drawn up as a separate document. Usually this document is the protocol of the conscription commission meeting, in which the decisions of this body regarding each conscript are recorded. Legislation imposes an obligation to conduct a medical examination of the person being summoned to the said commission, therefore the decision can be taken only on the basis of the results of this survey. In addition, the commission considers other documents submitted by the recruit, investigates his personal data for making a legal and correct decision.
Any draftee can receive a copy of the decision of the draft commission in the form of a separate document, for which it is necessary to apply to the chairman of this body.
What decisions can be recorded in the protocol of the draft commission?
The protocol of the draft commission makes out anyDecisions regarding the conscript's further attitude to military duty. In particular, the said body can adopt a document on the conscription of a citizen for military service, granting a postponement, full exemption from conscription, referral for alternative civilian service, enrollment of a person in the reserve. Any of the listed solutions is recorded in the minutes of the meeting of this commission, and the fate of a particular recruit is decided by a majority vote of the members of this body. The conscript usually learns about the decision taken immediately after the voting of the commission members, since the chairman is obliged by law to read to him the text of the relevant document.
It should be borne in mind that the deferment or exemption from military service can be provided only by the decision of the draft commission, the said benefits are not automatically applied.
Where to appeal the decision of the draft board?
Any decision of the conscription commission officially hasThe status of a non-normative legal act, so it can be appealed by a draftee. The complaint is submitted to the higher draft commission (usually the draft regional level commission acts as this body) or to the court. In this case, you should first take a written copy of the decision, as it will be required to attach to the complaint. Sending a complaint to any of these bodies suspends the execution of the decision of the commission, therefore no action can be taken against the recruit before the decision takes effect.