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Civil conscription

Civil conscription is conscription used for forcing people to work in non-military projects.

Civil conscription is used by various governments around the world, among them Greece,[1] where it has been used numerous times[2] and it is called πολιτική επιστράτευση. Temporary conscription for payment, typically of taxes, is known as corvée.

References

  1. ^ http://www.greeklaws.com/pubs/content.php?type=vivliografia&id=244
  2. ^ http://www.bbc.co.uk/greek/news/020822_nautergates.shtml

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