Dnevnik Comments on Abolishment of the Draft
Ljubljana, 10 September - Slovenia has officially said good-bye to mandatory military service. While serving the country was never really the highlight of the teenagers' lives, even in the former Yugoslavia where young men managed to find thousands of ways to stay out of the khaki uniforms, the military has now become a job. Slovenian generals and ministers will therefore have to start dealing with the tactics of recruiting, a daily observes.
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