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CANONICAL OPERATIONAL LAW IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONING OF NATIVE MILITARY AND ECCLESIAL ORGANISMS

Traian CHIRCU

Abstract


The operational law embraces military-specific missions in the spectrum of legality and legitimacy as an integral part of public law, including necessary and sufficient legislative-military rules, found in treaties, conventions, agreements, international trusts, directives, combat orders, issued by national or foreign military commanders. The existence and functionality of military-ecclesiastical bodies are governed by canonical laws and regulations, and their knowledge represents, above all, a military and sacramental obligation in resonance with the constitutional, legislative-secular and ecological order. The organization and functioning of military and ecclesiastical bodies also attract the legal assumption of missions executed for and in favor of the nations or in an alliance system, having to observe the norms of operational and canonical law on which we will reflect through what is going to happen next.

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