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A Dead Horse Attack: More News from The Land of The Borisfen *.

Oleksiy Fesenko,                                                   March 19, 2018 

            According to "Grow to Greatness: Smart Growth for Private Businesses, Part I" by Edward D. Hess (Coursera, 2013) one common mistake of business is hiring quickly, at the last moment, and slowly firing as if you have not seen the errors.
            The military ministry in The Land of Borisfen* is acting, all the way, as lookout in order to protect this off-putting concept. The illustration is: hiring the older generation after the age of 50 quickly. Maybe the older generation is having a profound adaptability to the military service as compared to the younger one? The specifics of their labor contracts termed  - "until the end of ATO **," and the Parliament of 
The Land of the Borisfen had defined the duration of these labor contracts as 24 months long. The other aspect is firing indefinitely slow. The law of Ukraine "On General Military Duty and Military Service, dated February 18", 2018, has fixed the duration of the labor contracts for this category of servicemen to 24 months. However, the military ministry stopped executing this Bill starting from January 7, 2018, providing no explanations. The fear of staff shortage and the extensive walkout is preponderating over the fear of increasing disapproval of the enlisted personnel and a low likelihood of facing legal responsibility.

         So the older generation is inclined to believe "we are hired fast because The Land of the Borisfen needed us for 'a dead horse attack.' Now the military agencies extended our employment terms beyond the legal limit of the 24 months long. It looks like the "until the end of ATO" contracts extended for the  'beating-a-dead-horse terms' instead. As a result, once the overkill affects the aged population, the boundary between the patriotic duty on one hand and unethical, even immoral on the other hand is being watered-down

*   The Borisfen - The old name of the Dnipro River. 

 *After May 2018 the ATO had changed its status to The Operation of the United Forces.


    The Parliament of The Land of the Borisfen (February 18, 2018). The law of Ukraine #2232-12 "On General Military Duty and Military Service"

      The law of Ukraine #2232-12  (the current  edition effective as of February 18, 2018) "On General Military Duty and Military Service" (sub-point і sub-point 1 point  8 article  26 chapter ІV) specifies  the categories of the military servicemen having a contract  who can terminate (cancel) their contract as to the : [...] military servicemen under the contract who shall have the right to  retire from the military  service  as the persons who had signed the individual contractual terms specified as until the end of the Special Period or untill an announcement of a  decision about the demobilization and who had completed not less than 24 months of the military service according to  their contract. 

    The Law of Ukraine #2232-12 was based on the Law of Ukraine #1769-19 (known as the project # 5337) "On Amendments to Some Legislative Acts of Ukraine as to  the Improvement to the Process of the Military Service."  This law specifies that the Military of Ukraine should finally adjust the terms of the law not later than one year after the enforcement date of this Law, or January 7, 2018.

    The third document that specifies the terms is the Employment contract between the Ukrainian Military and the inhabitant of The Land of the Borisfen who undertook to go to the Military. This document establishes the notice date (usually one or three months depending on the particular contract). 

    So, if the military person of The Land of the Borisfen has the notice date one month and the end of the contract day January 15, 2018, the Ukrainian Military should implement  his/her retirement term effective as of February 15, 2018.

I believe that The Land of the Borisfen has to pass the long way from secrecy to freedoms and from freedoms to liberties. is intended to be free forever. Together we can do more!