The CDU wants to gradually return to compulsory military service

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Written By Maya Cantina

BERLIN. The CDU has done that at their federal party conference advocated a return to compulsory military service. “We will gradually withdraw the suspension of military service and convert compulsory military service into a mandatory year of service,” said the deputies’ resolution, which is now part of the CDU’s basic program. “Until this is implemented, we call for the introduction of a mandatory military service quota to strengthen the Bundeswehr’s readiness to deploy personnel.”

The model of so-called contingent military service stipulates that not all conscripts drafted in a year are drafted, but only a portion. A committee of experts from the Bundeswehr will determine the annual personnel requirement. The party’s long-term goal remains a year of community service that can be fulfilled both in the Bundeswehr and in social institutions.

Compulsory military service instead of the “principle of hope”

The compulsory quota for military service was proposed by the Junge Union. “We must no longer leave the defense of our democracy to the principle of hope,” said Federal Chairman Johannes Winkel. “We live in a country that cannot defend itself against external aggression in an emergency.” The contingent military requirement is a “short-term and realistic option” to address personnel problems in the German army.

Federal Defense Minister Boris Pistorius (SPD) recently announced on ARD that he would have his own proposal for this in May a return to conscription want to do. This was in force in Germany from 1956 to 2011 before being suspended after 55 years under then Defense Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg (CSU). (i.e)

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