Demobilization


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Demobilization

 

the transfer of armed forces and entire sectors of the national economy from wartime to peacetime status. Demobilization provides at the end of a war for the reduction of the armed forces to regular peacetime forces by disbanding troop units, headquarters, installations, and institutions formed during wartime, the discharge of surplus personnel into the reserve, and the return to the national economy of property confiscated during mobilization.

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Another dossier covers the investigation of Restrepo for the demobilization, real or fabricated, of the entire Frente Cacica Gaitana, an alleged arm of the Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (FARC) that the FARC does not recognize as belonging to them.
A particularly poignant example is the failure to complete demobilization during the implementation of the Bicesse Accords.
They're the same as before the demobilization," says a twenty-five-year-old woman hunched over a sewing machine in Comuna 1, a district on a steep mountainside.
The demobilization program started last year and is intended to reduce the number of Cambodia's military personnel.
Ekiert calls for "a more specific and historically grounded understanding of structural factors shaping processes of regime change and democratic transition," and finds that the outcome of the demobilization process differs according to the characteristics of the political crisis in question (330).
This structure would allow DOE to proceed with funding on a fully protected basis and avoid demobilization while USEC would continue to address any remaining technical and financial issues over the next 9-12 months.
Al-Tayeb added the meeting of the national council to coordinate the disarmament and demobilization has recently approved the 2018 plan of the DDR.
17 (SUNA) - An agreement on the Project of Community Security and Stability was signed Tuesday at the Ministry of Information between the Commission for Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration and the Ministry of International Cooperation as Sudan representives and the Italian Agency for Development and Cooperation through the United Nations Development Program.
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Scroll through any set of accounting books addressing international or domestic petroleum operations and under the heading of "Costs" will be listed the mobilization and demobilization of oil and gas field drilling machinery, equipment, supplies, and personnel.
Manama, July 3 (BNA) His Royal Highness the Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa today gave directives to the committee assigned to look into the issues pertaining to the demobilization of workers to expedite its coordination with the private sector companies.
Having conducted the fieldwork by examining the technical approach of the official demobilization and reintegration program and also interviewing ex-combatants and members of receiving communities around the country, he identifies unifying and divisive factors impacting reintegration such as, respectively, returning to place of origin where ex-combatants have families and friends or failing to receive promised reintegration benefits.