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Article 15 (other)
Article 15 may refer to: * Non-judicial punishment as authorized by Article 15 of the United States Uniform Code of Military Justice * Article 15 of the Constitution of Singapore, which guarantees freedom of religion * Article 15 (Democratic Republic of the Congo) Article 15 or ''article quinze'' () is a humorous African French, French idiom in the Democratic Republic of the Congo which is used to justify an action taken on an individual's initiative. Originating during the Congo Crisis and popularised un ..., a humorous French idiom common in the Democratic Republic of the Congo * ''Article 15'' (film), a 2019 Indian Hindi-language film {{Disambiguation ...
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Non-judicial Punishment
Non-judicial punishment (or NJP) is any form of punishment that may be applied to individual military personnel, without a need for a court martial or similar proceedings. United States In the United States Armed Forces, non-judicial punishment is a form of military justice authorized by Article 15 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. NJP permits commanders to administratively discipline troops without a court-martial. Punishment can range from reprimand to reduction in rank, correctional custody, loss of pay, extra duty or restrictions. The receipt of non-judicial punishment does not constitute a criminal conviction (it is equivalent to a civil action), but is often placed in the service record of the individual. The process for non-judicial punishment is governed by Part V of the Manual for Courts-Martial and by each service branch's regulations. Non-judicial punishment proceedings are known by different terms among the services. In the Army and the Air Force, non-judicial ...
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Article 15 Of The Constitution Of Singapore
Article 15 of the Constitution of the Republic of Singapore guarantees freedom of religion in Singapore. Specifically, Article 15(1) states: "Every person has the right to profess and practise his religion and to propagate it." The terms ''profess'', ''practise'' and ''propagate'' are not defined in the Constitution, but cases from Singapore and other jurisdictions may shed light on their meaning. The word ''profess'' in relation to a religion was defined in a 1964 Singapore case not involving the Constitution as meaning "to affirm, or declare one's faith in or allegiance to". A 2001 Malaysian decision suggested that the profession of religion does not encompass the renunciation of a religion or the profession of an irreligious viewpoint. As regards the word ''propagate'', in 1977 the Supreme Court of India held that it confers on an individual the right to transmit or spread his or her religion by an exposition of its tenets, but not the right to convert another person who hold ...
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Article 15 (Democratic Republic Of The Congo)
Article 15 or ''article quinze'' () is a humorous African French, French idiom in the Democratic Republic of the Congo which is used to justify an action taken on an individual's initiative. Originating during the Congo Crisis and popularised under the Zaire, Zairean regime, it references a fictional provision of the 14-article constitution of the secessionist state of South Kasai which was said to read, in French, (literally, "get on with it", "figure it out yourself", "deal with it yourself", or "do what you need to do"). A popular idiom, the phrase is used to mean that individuals cannot expect help from the state and must use their own initiative to muddle through. It is sometimes used to justify unlawful conduct. Since the fall of Mobutu, the article is invoked to justify or explain corruption in the Democratic Republic of Congo, corruption and crime in the Democratic Republic of Congo, petty theft in the country. Article 15 plays a prominent role in Congolese popular cul ...
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