Concluding observations of the Human Rights Committee: Serbia and Montenegro

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CCPR/CO/81/SEMO
12 August 2004

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21. The Committee takes note of the information provided by the delegation whereby conscientious objection is governed by a provisional decree, which is to be replaced by a law, which will recognize full conscientious objection to military service and an alternative civil service that will have the same duration as military service (art. 18).

The State party should enact the said law as soon as possible. The law should recognize conscientious objection to military service without restrictions (art. 18) and alternative civil service of a non-punitive nature.

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Source:http://www.unhchr.ch/tbs/doc.nsf/(Symbol)/CCPR.CO.81.SEMO.En?Opendocument

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