Moving forward from East Timor Solution


Julia Gillard, Let's move Australia forwardThe Australian people are now deciding whether they want to 'move forward' with Julia Gillard or 'stand up for Australia and for real action' with Tony Abbott. In the mix is the divergent stand on the processing of unvisaed asylum seekers.

The Rudd Government scrapped the Pacific Solution and temporary protection visas (TPVs), insisting that detention of asylum seekers would be a last resort with an assurance that health, security and identity checks would be complete within 90 days.

The Opposition insists that these reforms put sugar on the table attracting asylum seekers to engage in secondary movement so as to obtain a more benign migration outcome. The Abbott led opposition would take the sugar off the table reinstating TPVs and the Pacific solution.

Mind you, there is no evidence that TPVs reduced the attractivenes of Australia as a destination, given that boat arrivals increased the year after TPVs were first introduced. The initial deterrent effect of the Howard Pacific Solution was the pronouncement by the Prime Minister that proven refugees would not be allowed to settle in Australia. Most of them did eventually settle in Australia or New Zealand, being indifferent about which side of the Tasman ditch they ended up.

So the practical deterrent effect of TPVs and the Pacific Solution second time around is now in doubt. It's like the threat to turn around the boats. These 'deterrents' do not work and people keep coming whether or not there is sugar on the table. The asylum seekers figure, 'At least there is a table. We may just have to wait longer.'

There is a new common thread between the major parties. They are both open to the idea of a regional processing centre for asylum seekers who reach the region in direct flight from persecution in faraway places like Afghanistan, Iraq and Sri Lanka. Gillard, at pains to distinguish herself from her predecessor, has publicly floated the idea of a regional processing centre in East Timor.

Given that Kevin Rudd refused point blank to discuss the matter with Jose Ramos Horta, President of East Timor, on his state visit to Canberra on Rudd's last day as Prime Minister, Gillard decided not only to raise the topic with him but to herald the conversation even before Australian officials had the opportunity to discuss the matter with the governments of East Timor and Indonesia.

This was a move designed purely for domestic electoral consumption, taken with a reckless disregard for the niceties of international diplomacy.

The Timorese are used to short term, half clever ideas from Australians when dealing with asylum seekers. Back in 2001, the Howard Government, wondering what to do with the 433 persons on board the Tampa, asked Horta and other Timorese leaders to take them, as a favour. The Timorese were minded to help out their big neighbour, in part as a gesture of thanks for all Australia had done for them.

Sergio De Mello was head of the UN in Timor in those days. He had worked for UNHCR and insisted that such a move would be unprincipled. It was, and it did not happen.

A regional processing centre may be a good idea. Its location in East Timor would be unprincipled and unworkable. Gillard's pre-emptive announcement will ensure that it will be anywhere but East Timor.

The Europeans have been trying for years to float the proposal of a regional processing centre. It has got nowhere. A decade ago, Philip Ruddock even sounded out the Indonesians about the lease of an Indonesian island for such a centre. He got nowhere. If such a centre were to be established, there would be a need to fulfil the following conditions:

  1. Humane detention
  2. Transparent, timely and fair processing
  3. Reasonable access for lawyers, health professionals and other support personnel
  4. Prompt resettlement on establishment of refugee claims
  5. Local community acceptance of the facility
  6. Avoidance of the honey pot syndrome
  7. Assistance to those whose asylum claims are rejected for safe and well-organised return to country of origin

Presuming the major political parties agree to these preconditions, the matter should now be put aside during the election campaign, allowing the new government of whichever persuasion to work through the detail of these preconditions.

Health Minister Nicola Roxon rightly concedes there would be a need to consider the psychological health of people, including children, in such a facility. There would be a need to consider how the 90-day rule for processing might be fulfilled.

When the Pacific Solution was in place, my own visa to visit Nauru at the request of the Church community there was cancelled peremptorily by the Nauruan government. Ruddock assured me he had not blackballed me but he 'could not speak for Alexander' (Downer).

Access would need to be assured, even for do gooders!

A true regional response to the issue would include the possibility that refugees could be resettled in any of the participating countries, including East Timor and Australia.

When a detention centre was set up at Baxter, many local residents at Port Augusta complained that the detainees received better food and services than they did. Such complaints will be commonplace and even more justified in places like East Timor.

If the centre were located in East Timor, the thousands of asylum seekers waiting in Java could simply ride the ferry to Kupang, travel overland through the porous East Timor land border and ask for residence in the regional processing centre, awaiting prompt resettlement in Australia or New Zealand. That would be a real honey pot.

In principle there is nothing wrong with a regional processing centre. But its location and working principles await more mature consideration than Gillard gave in her Lowy Institute address. No matter who is elected to govern, they will readily appreciate Rudd's hesitation in raising the matter directly with Horta.

This idea requires a lot of detailed diplomatic work behind the scenes. If Gillard is elected Prime Minister, it could be Rudd's first real test as Foreign Minister. Whoever is elected, and wherever such a centre is located, it will not be East Timor.

To 'move forward' together and 'take real action' on this issue, we will need to look elsewhere in the region.

Frank BrennanFr Frank Brennan SJ is Professor of Law at the Public Policy Institute, Australian Catholic University, and Adjunct Professor at the National Centre for Indigenous Studies, Australian National University.

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Ex-East Timorese Refugees Demand Determination Fund
Tuesday, 20 July, 2010 | 11:17 WIB

TEMPO Interactive, Kupang:Scores of ex-East Timor residents grouped under the East Timor Political Victim National Committee are demanding a determination fund yesterday in Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara.

“Almost all the provinces have paid Rp5 million for the determination fund for ex-East Timorese refugees, but NTT has not yet paid this up until today,” said the committee’s head, J.B. Ema Onang, yesterday.

NTT governor Frans Lebu Raya said the provincial government is ready to follow-up on the demand, which had been supported by data.

“I will follow-up on this as soon as I am out of the room,” he said.


source: TEMPO Interactive

Australian PM faces political resistance from East Timor

By Josephine Latu | Pacific Scoop


Dili, East Timor. Image: yeowatzaup

Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard has shifted ground on Tuesday’s announcement floating the idea of an Australian refugee processing post to be set up in East Timor.

The announcement had been met with serious doubts from the Timorese public and political camps. Fretilin MP José Teixeira said it was highly unlikely any plans for a Timorese refugee post would materialise.

“I doubt that the Prime Minister would ever accept any such proposal anyway. It is very premature to take the media hype and what the Australian government says as any serious proposal at this stage,” he said.

Gillard had unveiled the idea after talks with Timor Leste’s President José Ramos Horta on Monday.

She also implicated New Zealand’s role in the process, stating that both “East Timor and New Zealand are vital countries to this initiative” and that Prime Minister John Key was “open to considering this initiative constructively”.

Gillard clarified her statements on Friday on Brisbane’s Radio 4BC, saying that although she “did outline a vision to have a regional processing centre” the location was yet to emerge from discussions.

“I’m not going to leave undisturbed the impression that I made an announcement about a specific location,’’ she told 4BC.

However, other critics say that Gillard has misjudged the nature of foreign relations between East Timor and Australia.

Fidelis Magalhaes, former head of National Consensus Dialogue for Truth, Justice and Reconciliation, said Timorese refugee processing post unlikely.

Fidelis Magalhaes

Fidelis Magalhaes

Former presidential adviser and head of the National Consensus Dialogue for Truth, Justice and Reconciliation, now studying at the London School of Economics, Fidelis Magalhaes said that a refugee post would alter the nature of relationship between the two countries.

“It’s true that Australia is considered to be one of our good friends, but it is also our biggest bully. And, our recent history has taught us to be quite suspicious of Australia.

“What’s more, now that the opposition has voiced its opposition, it’s beyond doubt that the government will turn down the proposal,” he said.

Magalhaes added that the core issue was the possible facilitation of Australia’s “inhumane refugee policy”, as well as concerns about increased security issues:

“It is enough that we have hundreds of Australian soldiers on our soil as part of the bilateral stabilization force. This, if anything, [would] add to our existing preoccupation of Australia’s military influence.”

José Teixeira said that the biggest impact of such an initiative would be social “burden”.

“We are a post conflict society that lived a very insular and repressive life under the Indonesians. I think we are still coming to terms with ourselves and do not need the mix of a thousands of people whose dreams are being shattered and frustrated to become a part of that potentially volatile mix,” he said.

Teixeira also warned of problems that could arise from bringing in refugees who “would be housed and have access to services superior to [local] people overnight”.

Immigration has been a contentious election issue in Australia, with several calls to “toughen” border security policies.

During the 2008-2009 period, the Australian government granted 6,499 refugee visas under its Humanitarian Program. The Humanitarian Program has set aside 13,750 places for applicants, 6,000 of which are tagged for refugee status. Most were granted to Iraqi and Burmese asylum seekers.

However, boatloads of unauthorized arrivals claiming asylum have spiked under the Rudd government, since it relaxed the stringent Pacific Solution policy (2001-2007).The policy diverted asylum seekers at sea to centres in Nauru, Manus Island in Papua New Guinea, and Christmas Island.

Unauthorized sea arrivals rose from 161 people and 7 boats in 2008, to 59 boats and 2750 people in 2009. This year alone 75 boats and over 3500 people have been intercepted and sent to the country’s only operative offshore detention centre on Christmas Island.

Josephine Latu is a postgraduate communication studies student from Tonga at AUT University’s Pacific Media Centre who is also contributing editor of Pacific Media Watch.


Timor talks are 'going nowhere'

NEGOTIATIONS for an offshore refugee processing centre in East Timor appear to have stalled.

Although talks are continuing, The Australian understands they are severely restricted by caretaker provisions during the election and no deal can be reached until after the poll.

Julia Gillard says finding a solution to the problem of Australia-bound asylum-seekers is shaping up as a major election issue.

The Prime Minister has committed her government to a regional solution to the problem that would involve an offshore processing centre.

Ms Gillard says an offshore refugee processing centre would deter people-traffickers behind the surge in asylum-seeker boats arriving off the northwest coast.

In East Timor, opposition is hardening against the plan, described by Mr Carrascalao as "neo-colonialist" and one that is uniformly opposed by the country's parliament.

He warned that the negotiations appeared to be "going nowhere" and said it was "unfair" of Australia to offload its asylum-seeker problem on East Timor -- the region's poorest and most fragile country.

Once East Timor -- one of the world's newest democracies -- became more stable and prosperous, the request could be considered, but now was not the right time, the veteran Timorese politician said.

Although sympathetic to Canberra's concerns, he warned that if the proposal were adopted, it risked causing deep divisions within East Timor, still fragile as it recovers from bloody political violence four years ago that resulted in the deployment of an Australian-led peacekeeping force to restore law and order.

"It's not welcome, and I do believe I'm reflecting the views of the parties and all Timorese people," Mr Carrascalao said.

"I don't think this plan will be allowed to go ahead. We're also facing another problem, the attitude of our other neighbour, Indonesia, and Indonesia has to be consulted on this."

Foreign Minister Stephen Smith said yesterday talks would continue with Dili, but "within the constraints of the caretaker provision", which rules out any agreement being reached during the election campaign.

"So far as asylum-seekers are concerned, let me make a couple of general points," Mr Smith said.

"Firstly, you have the government progressing its offshore processing centre proposal, and within the constraints of the caretaker provision, that will continue in the course of the campaign.

"I was in Indonesia, in Jakarta last week. I had discussions with my Indonesian counterpart, Marty Natalegawa. Yes, we had agreed that I would have further discussions with him in Hanoi during the ASEAN-related meetings, and I'd also agreed with Zacarias da Costa, the Foreign Minister from East Timor, that he and I would have discussions in Hanoi as well."



    A-five year girl suspected of being raped

    Radio Televisaun Timor Leste , 21 July 2010- Summary by Alberico Junior
    A five-year old innocent girl has been suspected of being raped by unidentified suspect in Makili village of Atauro Island. The girl was taken to Dili by the UN helicopter for receiving medical treatment on Tuesday (20/7).
  • Veterans call on Pedro Belo to take STL to court

    Radio Televisaun Timor Leste , 21 July 2010- Summary by Alberico Junior
    Spokesperson for Veteran Gil da Costa has called on the Dili District Police Commander, Pedro Belo to take the Suara Timor Loro Sa’e newspaper to the court for uncovering the truth.
  • Head quarter for F-FDTL to be constructed

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    State Secretary for Defense, Julio Thomas Pinto said the Timorese Defense Force (F-FDTL) head quarter construction would be started in October this year by a Chinese company named Shandom.
  • CNJTL and Youth of resistance call on Gusmao to resolve veterans’ case

    Timor Post , 21 July 2010- Summary by Alberico Junior
    Timor-Leste National Youth Council (CNJTL) and the Timorese Youth of Resistance have called on Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao who was also the country’s resistance leader to resolve the recent insult case of the veterans engaging the Suara Timor Loro Sa’e (STL) daily newspaper and Dili district Police Commander, Pedro Belo.
  • Prosecutor to contact Horta and Gusmao

    Suara Timor Loro Sa’e , 21 July 2010- Summary by Alberico Junior
    Prosecutor for the ex-militia commander, Maternus Bere’s release case has pledged to contact President Jose Ramos Horta and Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao to testify before overturning definitive accusation to Justice Minister, Lucia Lobato.
  • Audit court to help combat corruption: Justice Minister

    Radio Televisaun Timor Leste , 20 July 2010- Summary by Alberico Junior
    Minister for Justice, Lucia Lobato said presence of the audit court and police of investigation would help combat corruption in the country. Lobato said her meeting with the KAK commissioner was about talking on the establishment of the audit court shortly.
  • Media organizations calls for dialog

    Timor Post , 19 July 2010- Summary by Alberico Junior
    Timorese media organizations, such as SJTL, SJTL, Timor-Leste Press Club and the Timorese Photographers Association (TILPA) have called for a dialog to resolve the recent problem of the Timorese veterans engaging Suara Timor Loro Sa’e daily newspaper.
  • Japan and Timor-Leste start constructing Mola-Zumalai Bridge

    Suara Timor Loro Sa’e , 19 July 2010- Summary by Alberico Junior
    Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao and Japanese Ambassador to Timor-Leste, Iwao Kitahara have officially launched the first laying foundation of the Mola-Zumalai bridge construction in Kovalima district.

Monday at 3:56pm
Puno hanesan Aldeia ida iha Suco Pairara Distritu Lautem nebe nia populasaun hamutuk 1.934 ho kompozisaun feto 978 pesoa no mane 956 pesoa. Sira nia base moris loron-loron mayoria hanesan agrikultor no oituan mak halao aktividade iha area veternariu. Desenvolvimentu iha Aldeia Puno sei menus liu; Infrastrutura hanesan Estrada agora ladun iha manutensaun no Eskola fatin nebe iha neba komesa iha difikuldade aksesu ba be mos.

Dezenvolvimentu hanesan prosesu ida mak presiza iha partisipasaun husi komunidade sira hanesan autor dezenvolvimento hahu husi planeamentu to implementasaun nune bele hetan resultadu no benefisiu apropriadu no mos komunidade sei sai nain ba resultadu desenvolvimentu. Atu iha partisipasaun komunidade ba dezenvolvimentu nebe efektivu presisiza informasaun no kapasidade nebe naton hodi halo komunikasaun iha prosesu desenvolvimentu.

Hanesan Sosiadade Sivil; Luta Hamutuk nia kontribuisaun iha prosesu dezenvolvimentu nasional mak liu husi desiminasaun informasaun konaba Fundu Petrolifero no Orsamentu Geral do Estadu no mos kapasitasaun ba desenvolvimentu partisipatifu iha nivel komunidade. Aktividade hirak ne’e mos hanesan meius ida atu kapasita komunidade ho informasaun diak no naton atu nune komunidade bele partisipa iha dezenvolvimentu nasional.

Aktividade mak Luta Hamutuk hala’o hanaran Community briefing; hanesan aktividade distribuisaun informasaun ba nivel komunidade suco nebe kolia konaba transparansia no akuntabilidade iha seitor minarai ba dezenvolvimentu nasional. Aktividade ida ne’e Luta Hamutuk hala’o tinan-tinan hodi hato’o informasaun liu husi apresentasaun materia mak hanesan; Fundu Petroleum, EITI, Orsamentu Geral do Estadu no Partisipasaun komunidade ba Dezenvolvimentu. Iha loron Sexta feira dia 02 de Julhu 2010 Luta Hamutuk halao Aktividade briefing ne’e iha aldeia Punu nebe partisipa husi Lideransa komunitaria, Joventude no Grupu Feto.

Durante aktividade briefing Luta Hamutuk konsege identifika prekupasaun no problema nebe mak komunidade sira infrenta iha prosesu diskusaun. Prekupasaun no problema nebe mak komunidade infrenta mak hanesan tuir mai ne’e:

1. Komunidade ejiji transparansia no akuntabilidade
Durante prosesu briefing iha aldeia Punu komunidade ejiji transparansia no akuntabilidade ba utilizasaun orsamentu fundu petroliferu ba dezenvolvimentu nasional. Ho razaun tamba durante ne’e komunidade sira la hatene prosesu orsamentu geral do estadu, komunidade sira la iha informasaun relasiona ho fundu petroliferu. Tamba ne’e difikulta sira hodi partisipa iha prosesu dezenvolvimentu nasional.

2. Komunidade la hetan benefisiu husi Investimentu OGE
Hafoin Timor Leste hetan nia rendimentu premeiru husi industria minarai iha tasi Timor iha tinan 2006 to agora orsamentu iha fundu petroliferu hamutuk billiaun US$ 5,944.991 husi total orsamentu ida ne’e tinan-tinan governu foti hodi halo investimentu ba orsamentu geral do estadu maibe komunidade iha aldeia Punu seidauk hetan benefisiu husi investimentu refere. Ho razaun katak komunidade iha Punu la iha enerjia eletrisidade maske iha besi rin eletrisidade nian iha sira nia aldeia no dala barak komunidade ho lider komunitariu proposta ona ba governu maibe la iha resposta, Eskola fasilidade hanesan kadeira no meja sei minimu, hahan merenda eskolar mak la tuir standard nutrisain nomos la iha bemos ba eskola primaria iha Punu.

3. Governu la iha Programa ba Feto iha nivel suco
Representante feto iha aldeia punu mos kestiona programa governu nian mak relasiona ho feto iha nivel suco nebe mak durante ne’e la iha. kondisaun ida ne’e halo feto iha nivel suco la dezenvolve sira nia an tamba governu/liu-liu sekretariu do estadu promosaun igualidade jeneru rasik la iha prgorama nebe bele fasilita inisiativa feto iha nivel suco.

4. Governu seidauk taumatan ba veteranus iha aldeia Punu
Papel veteranus iha prosesu independesia bot tebes tamba veteranus sira nia esperitu nasionalismu hodi rezisti ho povu to bele hetan ita nia independensia. Iha independesia laran governu iha dever atu tau matan ba veteranus sira hanesan konsiderasaun ba sira iha direitu atu taumatan ba sira hanesan konsiderasaun ba sira nia kontribuisaun ba independesia. Maibe iha realidade oin seluk veteranus no feto faluk nebe mak uluk fo mos nia kontribuisaun ba Luta iha Aldeia Punu to’o agora seidauk hetan nia direitu. Problema ida ne’e Luta Hamutuk identifika waihira komunidade hato’o iha briefing.

5. Komunidade kestiona orsamentu ba Idozo
Komunidade iha aldeia Punu suco Pairara kestiona pagamentu nebe mak governu halo hodi selu idozo sira iha aldeia Punu tamba hafoin governu liu- husi ministeriu solidaridade orienta xefe do suco sira halo levantamentu ba idozo sira maibe to agora balu seidauk simu no prosesu pagamentu iha fulan hirak ne’e tarde. Kondisaun ida ne’e halo komunidade kestiona orsamentu ne’e tamba saida mak selu tarde, se la selu nia orsamentu ba nebe no selu tarde ne’e iha indikasaun korupsaun kalae? Tamba ne’e mak komunidade hakarak KAK bele halo investigasaun ba kazu hanesan ne’e.

6. Komunidade Aldeia Punu Kestiona preparasaun Governu hodi dada Pipeline
Komunidade iha punu mos durante ne’e hatene katak governu iha komitmentu atu dada pipeline Greater Sunrise mai Timor Leste. Maibe iha briefing ida ne’e komunidade kestiona preparasaun Governu hodi simu pipeline to iha nebe hanesan rekursu humano no negosiasaun pipeline ho Governu Australia nia resultadu komunidade la hatene. Kondisaun ida ne’e akontese tamba Governu rasik la iha transparansia ba informasaun mak relasiona ho pipeline atu nune asuntu id abele sai hanesan asuntu komum povu rai ida ne’e.

7. Komunidade kestiona orsamentu retifikativu 2010
Iha briefing komunidade mos kestiona kapasidade governu hodi esekuta orsamentu geral do estadu tinan 2010 nebe governu konsege esekuta deit orsamentu miliaun USD $ 79.409, 406 (12%) maibe governu proposta orsamentu ratifkativu hodi aumenta tan ba orsamentu inisiu. Tuir komunidade katak lolos governu nia kapasidade seidauk bele ejekuta la bele hanoin atu aumenta osan tamba realidade hatudu katak governu nia kapasidade la iha tamba bele esekuta deit 12% husi total orsamentu inisiu. Komunidade mos kestiona katak maske governu aumenta orsamentu iha orsamentu geral do estadu maibe sira la hetan benefisiu. Tamba ne’e komunidade kestiona lolos se mak hetan benefisiu husi orsamentu geral do estadu.

8. Komunidade kestiona Politika agrikultura
Komunidade iha aldeia Punu mos kestiona politika husi Ministeriu agrikultra nebe mak ajuda agrikultor hodi hasae produsaun liu husi fahe trator. Maibe komunidade iha aldeia punu nebe mak kuaze agrikulto nebe mak moris iha area foho nebe mak durante ne’e hare katak Ministeriu agrikultura seidauk iha politika nebe klaru ba agrikultor sira nebe mak durante ne’e moris iha area foho no durante ne’e fo kontribuisaun hodi produs aihan ba merkado local iha sira nia distrito maibe durante ne’e ministeriu agrikultura la politika ida nebe diak hodi fasilita agrikultor sira nia aktividade.

Bazeia ba prekupasaun no perguntas komunidade Luta Hamutuk nia opinaun hanesan tuir mai ne’e: premeiru komunidade iha aldeia Punu seidauk hetan benefisiu husi orsamentu geral do estadu tamba eletrisidade la iha, fasilidade eskola minimu, eskola la iha bemos, merenda eskolar la iha kualidade, Estrada ladiak. Segundo problema transparansia no akuntabilidade governu hanesan eskutor programa la seidauk masimu tamba komunidade to agora seidauk hatene prosesu orsamentu geral do estadu, oinsa governu nia preparasaun ba negosiasaun pipeline, projeitu pakote referendum mak la iha kualidade, komunidade kestiona uma veteranus iha suco Fuiloro nebe mak durante ne’e ema la uja maske remata ona, komunidade la hatene prosesu pagamentu ba idozo no veteranus balu mak to agora seidauk selu. Terseiru mak prosesu hirak ne’e difikulta komunidade atu partisipa iha prosesu dezenvolvimentu.

Bazeia ba prekupasaun komunidade iha Aldeia Punu suco Pairara liu husi karta ida ne’e Luta Hamutuk hakarak hato’o rekomendasaun ba parlamentu no governu hanesan tuir mai ne’e:
1. Ministeriu Infrastruktura liu-liu Sekretariu do Estadu Eletrisidade no Agua Saniamentu atu fasilita eletrisidade ba iha aldeia Punu;
2. Ministeriu Edukasaun atu fasilita kadeira, meja, bemos no tengki muda kualidade hahan ba merenda eskolar tuir standard nutrisaun nian;
3. Sekretariu do Estadu promosaun Igualidade Generu atu tau iha planu programa ba feto iha nivel suco hodi hasae partisipasaun feto nian;
4. Sekretariu do Estadu Rekursu Naturais atu desimina informasaun iha relasaun ho asuntu mina no gas ba komunidade atu nune komunidade mos bele akompanha prosesu dezenvolvimentu industria mina iha Timor Leste;
5. Ministeriu Solidaridade Social atu klarifika ba komunidade tamba saida to agora idozo sira iha aldeia Punu seidauk simu subsidiu;
6. Sekretariu do Estadu Veteranus atu halo levantamentu iha aldeia Punu nebe mak veteranus no klandestina sira seidauk rejisto;
7. Governu atu involve komunidade hodi partisipa iha prosesu dezenvolvimentu tomak tamba komunidade iha capital social;
8. Governu atu tau importansia ba transparansia no akuntabilidade iha prosesu dezenvolvimentu nasional;
9. Parlamentu Nasional nebe iha papel atu halo fiskalizasaun ba programa governu tengki halo fiskalizasaun nebe diak atu nune programa governu bele lao diak no fo impaktu ba komunidade.

Dili: 16 de Julhu de 2010

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