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2.6: IQA Members Evading Duty

IQA members evading duty shall be punished. These include evading Members whom the lottery has selected to serve in the IQA and who a Federal Court has not excused, who fail to perform, who refuse or hide from their citizen’s duty, who are absent without leave, or whom the IQA dishonorably discharge. The penalty is a maximum of three months in federal penitentiary plus a maximum fine of five percent of net assets.

Explanation of IQA Members Evading Duty

The laws shall punish Citizens who the lottery has selected to serve in the IQA and who a Federal Court has not excused, who fail to perform, who refuse or hide from their citizen’s duty, or whom the IQA dishonorably discharge. The penalty is a maximum of three months in federal penitentiary plus a maximum fine of five percent of net assets.