Guidance on behavior that falsifies the results of medical classification of military service examination in Vietnam

Guidance on behavior that falsifies the results of medical classification of military service examination in Vietnam
Nguyễn Như Mai

On January 27, 2023, the Minister of National Defense of Vietnam issued Circular 07/2023/TT-BQP guiding Decree 120/2013/ND-CP and Decree 37/2022/ND -CP related to the regulation of sanctioning of administrative violations in the field of defense and cipher.

According to Vietnam's Circular 07/2023/TT-BQP, the guideline for the act of "cheating to falsify your health classification results" in Clause 8, Article 1 of Vietnam's Decree 37/2022/ND-CP is one of the following cases:

+ Using measures to intentionally change his or her health status right before or during the medical examination in order to evade military service; having been concluded by the competent authority to be fraudulent, such as:

Using drugs, stimulants, banned substances; self-injury, harm to one's own health, or other means to alter one's health status.

(Currently, Vietnam's Circular 95/2014/TT-BQP only regulates the use of forms or measures to change one's health status)

+ Correcting the results of self-categorization of health during the examination or medical examination in order to evade military service.

+ Having someone else check your health instead.

Vietnam's Circular 07/2023/TT-BQP takes effect on March 14, 2023, and replaces Circular 95/2014/TT-BQP.

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