TCP rejects conscientious objection and military service is compulsory

Maria Silvia Trigo reports for El Deber: TCP rejects conscientious objection and military service is compulsory The Plurinational Constitutional Court ruled that conscientious objection is unconstitutional and that military service is compulsory at 18 years old. The Plurinational Constitutional Court (TCP) declared unconstitutional the right to conscientious objection, so that military service is still obligatoryContinue reading “TCP rejects conscientious objection and military service is compulsory”