The National Service law refers in its content to an extremely important point to be guarded against, the insubordination. This situation is liable to military tribunals in accordance with the Code of Military Justice. The citizen is considered unsubordinated in the two following cases:
  • If he has not, except in case of force majeure, rejoined his incorporation unit, after receiving the enlistment order accompanied by an ordering of road;
  • If he has reached the age of 25 and has not, except in case of force majeure fulfilled the obligation of census or medical selection.

    In order to avoid being in a non-regulatory situation, citizens are invited to get closer to the structures of the national service, in order to regularize their situations, where they will be welcomed and those responsible will be listening to their grievances.