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CS Presidents Congress Speech Was A Call To Politicians To Take The Strain On Employees In Danish Defence Seriously

CS (Danish Central Association of Permanent Defence Personnel) had their Congress on the 9th and the 10th of November. CS President Jesper K. Hansen’s opening speech on the Congress was directly targeted towards the Danish politicians and the commanding officers in the Danish defence. The Danish defence has the same …

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DBwV Participates at Berlin Security Conference

Abstract – Deputy chairman of the DBwV Hauptmann Andreas Steinmetz and Karl-Heinz Bög, member of the DBwV working group “Europe” participated at the Berlin Security Conference. The Conference took place in Berlin and dealt foremost with the topic of European integration concerning the foreign and security policy. For the DBwV …

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New Minister of Defence Meets With Military Associations

The new Portuguese National Defence Minister (MoD), João Gomes Cravinho, who took office since mid-October, responding to a request previously made, met last 27 November 2018 with the National Association of Sergeants. The Chairman, Mário Ramos, the Vice-President, Norberto Mateus and the Director of the newspaper “O Sargento” and Board …

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ATME Obtains Sentence that Annuls the Resolutions on Exonerations of Guards, Services and Manoeuvres

Abstract – The Legal Cabinet of ATME “Hebrero y Asociados” has obtained a sentence that annuls the resolutions of the Chief Colonel of the RAMIX 32 and the Commander in Chief of the General Commander Melilla. The full article is available hereunder. For more information, please contact ATME. Con fecha …

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Salary of Military Personnel and Migration Crisis

Abstract – On Sunday, 2 December 2018, P.FE.AR.F.U. held its third official conference in Thessaloniki, on the topic “Salary of the military personnel and Migration Crisis”. The distinctive participants discussed the current situation in Greece and especially the important issues of pensions and salaries. Furthermore the participants analyzed the migration …

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Platform of Women in Spanish Police and Military

Abstract – In October 2018, the first platform about woman in the Police and Military corps was presented in Murcia (Spain). This platform formed by the main trade unions and Professional Associations of Spanish Police, Guardia Civil and Militaries has been created with the aim of showing the principal issues …

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Following the Decision Taken at the Extraordinary Congress in Budapest

Abstract – In Portugal, a nationwide newspaper (Diário de Notícias) published on 5 November 2018 an opinion article written by António Bernardo Colaço, Judge Counselor to the Supreme Court of Justice (retired), at a time when the European Organisation of Military Associations and Trade Unions has adopted the new name …

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Problems of Armed Forces Personnel and Solutions

Abstract – On Sunday, October 21st 2018 our second official conference was held in Larissa, on the topic “Problems of the Armed Forces personnel and solutions”. The conference was co-organized by our five association members in Central Greece. Our distinctive participants analyzed the current situation in Greece and especially the important …

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ATME Resorts to Tribunals to Claim the Right of Soldiers Overtime Compensation

Abstract – The Association of Troop and Spanish Seamanship a Contentious Administrative officer has interposed, across his juridical office, in the Top Court of Justice of the Valencian Community. The denunciation is based on an excess of schedule of 646,5h on the year 2017 without any extras perceives economic compensation. …

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ATME Demands Improved Armed Forces Wages

Abstract – From the Association of Troop and Spanish Seamanship there is requested that the wages of the FAS treat each other as a state matter, with independence of the political sways and false electoral promises. The members of the FAS continue being the worse remunerated government employees, as it …

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