Military people perform their activity within the public institutions on the basis of the appointment in office by the competent organs according to law or established by the order of the leader of the public institution, not on the grounds of an employment agreement. The rapports between military people and the military institution in which they are named are service rapports, not work rapports.
Being opposed to the status of civil person, the military status is characterized by: the membership to the armed forces as a public service of the state for national protection; specialization in handling and management of the armed violence methods or in services requiring their functioning; accomplishment of specific missions in which fight against external aggressors is essential and that imply endangering or sacrificing one's life; the obedience of a strict discipline regime based on unconditional hierarchical subordination and the obligatory execution of orders, the quality of public agent of the state in the accomplishment of missions and restriction of some fundamental rights and liberties for the efficiency of the activity.
Taking into account the considerations above, military people are in a public right rapport regarding the work they perform and not in a Labor right rapport.
In this article will be analyzed employment relationships of regular soldiers, interdictions and incompatibilities, practicing military and special procedures applicable to military persons regarding the suspension and termination of the work rapports.