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General Didier Castres: "No, being a soldier is not a job like any other!"


TRIBUNE - Whether decreed by European judges or implemented by the government, the trivialization of the military state is a fault, argues the general (2S). According to him, the very nature of the military demands different values ​​from that of society.

The judgment rendered on Thursday July 15 by the Court of Justice of the European Union on

working time in the armed forces is an additional wedge embedded in the specificity of the military state in our country.

Also, at the moment when General Lecointre leaves his functions of Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces, I want to repeat with my words what he has expressed, throughout his career on this

"positive singularity"

, consubstantial, for him, of the military state and the effectiveness of the armies.

This was even his testament, on July 7, before the commission of national defense and the armed forces.

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"Working time of the soldiers: let us refuse this diktat contrary to the interests of the nation!"

The dramatization of things is never the most opportune pedagogical lever.

It most often arouses outcry or doors open to conspiracy.

But, if there is indeed a peril which, in the medium or long term, threatens our security and national defense as understood in the 1959 ordinance, it is the trivialization of the military state;

the trivialization of this

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Source: lefigaro

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