[Solved] Should Commands always be a facade to inner layers in CQRS?

underthevoid Asks: Should Commands always be a facade to inner layers in CQRS?
In a DDD-CQRS scenario, should my commands in the Application/Service layer always be just a facade to different aggregation method and other inner layers like repository calls in the infrastructure layer? Or should commands retain business logic inside it (consequently transferring that logic from domain models to the commands in a non-CQRS environment)?

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