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Internet rumors that drug users will be exempt from military service in the future are false information

Group:Life Counseling Section ╱ 公告類別:AnnouncementPost date:2021-08-31
 1. Article 4, Paragraph 1, Paragraph 1 of the Military Service Law stipulates: "Those who have one of the following circumstances are exempt from military service and are called exemption: 1. Physically and mentally handicapped or suffering from a chronic illness that meets the criteria for unserviceable service.", and Article 5 Item 1: “Anyone who has one of the following circumstances shall be prohibited from performing military service and is called proscribed service: 1. Those who have been sentenced to more than five years of fixed-term imprisonment. 2. Those who have been sentenced to fixed-term imprisonment for a total of three years.”.
2. Article 10 of the "Drug Hazard Prevention and Control Regulations": "Those who use first-level drugs shall be sentenced to six to five years imprisonment. Those who use second-level drugs shall be sentenced to fixed-term imprisonment of not more than three years.", Article 11. -1 Item 2 of Article: "Anyone who possesses or administers Level 3 or Level 4 drugs without justifiable reasons shall be fined between NT$10,000 and NT$50,000, and shall be ordered to accept the drugs for more than four hours within a specified period of time. Lectures on the hazards of drugs under hours.".
3. In addition to being harmful to the body and mind, there is no possibility of exempting military service from using drugs. If you misuse first and second drugs (such as mixed-drug coffee pods), the sentence will be longer than military service. Please do not be subject to Internet rumors Misleading, self-defeating future.
Last modification time:2021-08-31 AM 11:00

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