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The Czech National Council
of 21 June 1999. December 1992
about the army of the United States and of amendments and additions to certain related
the laws of the
Change: 224/1999 Coll.
Change: 298/2007 Sb.
Change: 375/2007 Sb.
The Czech National Council decided on the following Act:
PART THE FIRST
Army of the Czech Republic
(1) there shall be established the other budgetary organization and allowance organizations
existing on the date of dissolution of the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic in the
the scope of the Federal Ministry of defence of the Czech Republic.
The Organization set up under the first sentence can be changed or cancelled
the Ministry of defence of the Czech Republic as the founder in accordance with generally
(2) State-owned enterprises set up by the Federal Department of defence, based on
the territory of the Czech Republic with the law of management of the property of Czech and Slovak
The Federal Republic, which, according to the constitutional law on the Division of the property
The Czech and Slovak Federal Republic between Czech Republic and
The Slovak Republic and its transition to the Czech Republic and the Slovak
Republic are transferred to the Czech Republic, are considered to be established by the
the Ministry of defence of the Czech Republic.
Business ratios of the Czechoslovak Army soldiers, who are at the date of its
the demise of the members of the military services, and the device referred to in § 2 or
members of other budgetary organizations, organizations
and State-owned enterprises referred to in § 3, do not disappear, and these are
become members of the army of the Czech Republic in the military achieved
(1) civilian employees of the Federal Ministry of Defense become
civil servants of the Ministry of defence of the Czech Republic.
(2) the Czechoslovak Army civilian employees who are in the
proportion to the military services and facilities referred to in section 2 and the other
budgetary organizations referred to in § 3 (1). 1, become civil
the staff of the army of the Czech Republic.
(3) civilian employees of the Czechoslovak army, who are in the
proportion to the contribution the organizations referred to in § 3 (1). 1 shall remain
civil employees of these organizations.
Amendment and supplement of the law of the Czech National Council No. 550/1991 Coll., on the
General health insurance, as amended
The law of the Czech National Council No. 550/1991 Coll., on general health
insurance, as amended by Act of the Czech National Council No. 592/1992 Coll. and act
The Czech National Council No. 10/1993 Coll., shall be amended and supplemented as follows:
1. In section 10, paragraph 1, the following paragraph 2 is added:
"(2) Soldiers in active service, and students of military schools, preparing
the service of a soldier by profession and there are soldiers in active service, are
insured with Military health insurance. Basic health care for them
provides a health establishment, the garrison, and if it is not established, other
medical equipment, with which the Military insurance company concluded a contract of
the provision of health care. Follow-up out-patient or in-patient care
provides medical device designed by a doctor, who provided the basic
health care. The doctor can vote only in the context of the health care facility
referred to in the second and third sentence. ".
Paragraphs 2 and 3 shall become paragraphs 3 and 4.
2. In section 10, paragraph 2 shall be deleted, the words "compulsory
military, or ".
Change and the addition of the Czech National Council Act No. 586/1992 Coll., on insurance
for general health insurance
The Czech National Council Act No. 592/1992 Coll., on premiums for General
health insurance, shall be amended and supplemented as follows:
1. in § 5 para. 3, the words "If the insured person has chosen to" be replaced by
the words "for which the insured person is insured".
2. Note No 20 footnote reads:
"20) § 10 para. 1 and 2, and section 11 (b). ) to c) of Act No. 550/1991 Coll.,
as amended by Act No. 593/1992 Coll., Act No. 10/1993 Coll. and act
No. 15/1993 Coll. ".
3. In section 27 para. 1 at the end of this sentence: "connects Military Health
the insurance company tells the necessary data to the register on all their
insured individuals with regard to the manner of keeping the registry General
health insurance and having regard to the need for the protection of classified
Common, transitional and final provisions
If a soldier or soldier in the other services until 31 December 2007. January 1993
of release from the service, will be released at their own request
According to the provisions in force until 31 December 2006. December, 1992. ^ 2)
section 13 of the
(1) citizens of the United States National Service in the army of the Slovak Republic
until 31 December 2004. March 1993 does not consider foreign military service. ^ 3)
(2) a military oath carried out until 31 December 2006. Whereas citizens of the United
States in accordance with the existing legislation is considered a military
the oath carried out by the Czech Republic.
(3) the soldiers referred to in section 14 shall be obliged to execute the military oath to
one month from the date of the granting of citizenship of the Czech Republic.
The citizens of the Slovak Republic, who are the effective date of this Act,
professional soldiers of the army of the United States, can perform this service
until 31 December 2006. March 1993. After that date they can service in the army of the Czech Republic
exercise, provide proof that they have applied for release from citizenship
The Slovak Republic, up to the date of the request for the grant of
citizenship of the United States, but not later than 31 December 1998. December 1993.
The effectiveness of the
This Act shall take effect on 1 January 2000. January 1993.
2) Eg. Act No. 76/1959 Coll., on certain service conditions of soldiers,
as amended (full text of the No 361/1992 Sb.)
3) § 56 of the Defence Act No. 92/1949 Coll., as amended
(the full text of no. 331/1992 Sb.).
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