26 September 2009

East Timor Legal News 15 September 2009

Catholic Church concerns about the release of Maternus Bere Timor Post 15 September 2009 Suai Catholic Church Priest Natalino Verdial Gama said he was concerned about the Government's decision to release the ex-militia commander Maternus Bere from prison.

FONGTIL concerns about PM Gusmao’s decision to release ex-militia man Timor Post 15 September 2009 The Timorese NGO Forum (FONGTIL) has expressed concerns over the decision made by Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao to release the ex-militia commander Maternus Bere on August 30.

PM Gusmao should clarify Bere's case in the Parliament Suara Timor Lorosae 15 September 2009 MPs from Fretilin and National Unity Party (PUN) have called for Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao to appear in the Parliament to clarify to MPs and the people about the release the of ex-militia commander Maternus Bere.

International Police have the right arrest Bere: MP Tilman Radio Televisaun Timor Leste 15 September 2009 MP Manuel Tilman from KOTA party said the International Police had the right to arrest the ex-milita LAKSAUR Commander Maternus Bere when leaving the Indonesian Embassy.

Political sphere would impact on legal system: MP Bano Radio Televisaun Timor Leste 15 September 2009 Fretilin MP Arsenio Bano said the public was concerned about the decision made by the country's leaders to release the ex-militia commander Maternus Bere because political interfernece would impact on confidence in the justice process in East Timor.

MP calls for PNTL to be vigilant Suara Timor Lorosae 15 September 2009 Parliamentary Committee B for Defence and Security President Duarte Nunes has called for the Timorese National Police (PNTL) to be vigilant in the run-up to the community leaders elections because people have started to threaten each other in Viqueque district.

PM Gusmao defends thief stealing money in his office Suara Timor Lorosae 15 September 2009 Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao does not want to process legally the case of the money went missing in his office.

UN to continue becoming development partner for PNTL: Atul Khare Radio Televisaun Timor Leste15 September 2009 The UN will continue to be a development partner for the Timorese National Police (PNTL) even lthough the UN Police has handed over security responsibility to the PNTL in the districts and some police units.

Council of Ministers decides to amend law for KAK Timor Post 15 September 2009 The Council of Ministers through an extraordinary meeting has made a decision to send resolution to the Parliament for amending law for the approved commission of anti-corruption (KAK).

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