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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In this context, the demobilization could be such that one day the fighters are part of the organization and the next they are part of legalized private security groups," the source said.
It also recommended approval of the strategic plan for the control on light and arms, streamlining of the communication officers of the armed movements, calling on UNAMID to finance the demobilization of the armed forces and the people's forces.
Japan is ready to provide several tens of millions of dollars to finance the demobilization project, expected to run several years.
At the demobilization ceremony, each soldier was given 936,000 riel (about $240) in cash, a package of food and household supplies including 150 kilograms of rice, cooking oil, salt, canned fish and the choice of one of the following items each worth $600: a motorcycle, a house, or a water pump together with a generator.
Cambodia launched a pilot demobilization project for 250 soldiers in the southwest province of Kampot on May 7 as part of a campaign to cut as many as 31,500 soldiers over the next three years.
18 (SUNA)- Assistant of the President of the Republic, Musa Mohamed Ahmed, received in his office Monday the Coordinator of Humanitarian and Development Affairs of the UN Development Program, Ali Al-Zaatari, as part of the preparations to hold a meeting pertinent to the demobilization and re-integration of militants of the armed movements of east Sudan.
Disabled SPLA soldiers attend a workshop at South Sudan Disbarment Demobilization Reintegration Commission (SSDDRC) center in Bentiu, Unity state, South Sudan.
According to the agenda, presentations on security and public order, fiscal reform, forest management, armed forces demobilization and civil service reform were expected.
Gulf of Mexico, with revenues possible over the three-year contract period of approximately $569 million, excluding revenues for mobilization, demobilization and client reimbursables.
Engineer s Cost Estimate: $1,650,000 to $1,850,000 The Project shall be completed within 270 consecutive calendar days from the date specified in the Notice to Proceed, which time shall include resolution of all punch list items, final cleanup and demobilization.
Esmat Ahmed Babiker which discussed the performance report of the National Council of Coordination of the Disarmament, Demobilization and Re-integration Commission (DDR) for 2011-2013 .
Sok An, who chairs a national commission for demobilization set up in 1995, said the ''peace dividend'' from lower defense spending would be allocated for education and health care.