According to Reserve Military Service Law, those 18 years or older are obligated to enlist after a national defense mobilization is announced
The People's Republic of China is apparently preparing for war by passing a mobilization statute. This according to independent reporter Jennifer Zeng, who has been both right and wrong about Beijing in the recent past.
" Ready for #war?" @jenniferzeng97 tweeted. "#CCP has quietly passed its Reserve Military Service Law, which will take effect on 3/1/2023.
Anyone who is 18 years or older is obliged to enlist after a national defense mobilization is announced.
"After receiving the call-up notice, reservists must report to the designated place at the specified time in accordance with the requirements. After the state issued the mobilization order, the reserve personnel who have not received the call-up notice shall not leave the reserve registration place without the approval of the troops and the military service organs of the reserve registration place; if they have left, they shall return immediately or standby in the same place."
"Females too, except during pregnancy, maternity leave, and breastfeeding. The shortest serving time is 4 years. Ordinary soldiers can apply for discharge after reaching the age of 30. Officers need to serve until 45-60, depending on their ranks," Zheng said in response to a Question.
Now you understand more about the #ChineseSpyBalloon? Says Zheng, implying the recent series of Chinese balloons found over North America, is the CCP putting the PRC on a war footing. The target is probably not about North America, but China's "renegade province" of Taiwan.