Thursday, June 9, 2016

Desertion law upheld in Mexico

The Supreme Court of Mexico has upheld against constitutional attack two provisions of the Code of Military Justice under which any soldier or sailor who is absent for three days is guilty of desertion and subject to three months' confinement. Details here (in Spanish).

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