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Defense Ministry Implements Strict Measures for Military Debt Relief

On June 26, 2024, during a defense council meeting, Defense Minister Sutin Klungsang emphasized the need for stringent enforcement of salary deduction rules. He instructed direct units and military commanders to rigorously enforce these rules, with inspectors being deployed and violations strictly punished.

A significant policy change includes not discharging personnel who face lawsuits or bankruptcy, except in cases of corruption. This policy aims to rehabilitate their lives, acknowledging that bankruptcy may result from economic burdens or life mismanagement, rather than inherent misconduct.

Defense Minister Sutin highlighted the use of military savings cooperatives to aid debt relief. These cooperatives are to support economic rehabilitation and ensure that at least 30% of salaries are retained for living expenses.

Additionally, measures will be taken against uncooperative cooperatives. The ministry plans to consolidate and restructure debts to enable better financial management for military personnel.

To further assist, the ministry will allocate welfare funds to resolve debts, particularly for junior officers. These measures are expected to significantly improve the lives of military personnel.

This initiative aims to support economic rehabilitation and ensure at least 30% of salaries are retained for living expenses. The Ministry of Defense will allocate welfare funds to resolve debts, particularly for junior officers. These efforts are expected to enhance the financial stability and overall well-being of military personnel.

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