20 December 2009
Timor-Leste Legal News 17 November 2009
Vikeke police to receive security responsibility from UN Police Radio Televisaun Timor Leste 17 November 2009 Timorese Operational Police Commander Inspector Mateus Fernandes said Vikeke district police would receive security responsibility from the UN Police shortly.
PNTL’s Command will not tolerate its officers who engage in politics Timor Post 17 November 2009 Acting General Commander for the Timorese National Police (PNTL), Inspector Mateus Fernandes said police officers who were suspected of being engaged in politics would not be tolerated.
Training for 20 officers of BOP based on NATO standard Timor Post 17 November 2009 Acting General Commander for the Timorese National Police (PNTL) Inspector Mateus Fernandes said the training was attended by the 20 officers of the Timorese police of BOP (Public Order Battalion) was based on the international and NATO’s standard; therefore he [Fernandes] called for the trainees to seriously participate in the training.
Police guarantee situation in the country is normal Timor Post 17 November 2009 Acting General Commander for the Timorese National Police (PNTL) Inspector Mateus Fernandes said CPD-RDTL [a Timorese Resistance Organization] had held peace rally in Baucau district and said the police guaranteed that the rally went well.
Government discusses new law for Timorese labor Radio Televisaun Timor Leste 17 November 2009 The State Secretary for the Council of Ministers has discussed a new labor law for Timor-Leste. The law more reflects the Timorese labors needs as it contained the ideas of Timorese labors and other related sides.
MP recognises corruption appears because of bureaucracy Timor Post 17 November 2009 MP Rui Menezes from the Democratic Party (PD) recognises that the corruption appearing in the country is caused by bureaucracy in the Finance Ministry.
Transformation from old generation to new generation is important Timor Post 17 November 2009 Bishop for Baucau Diocese Monsignor Basilio do Nascimento has called for the Timorese youth not only giving their hope to the leaders who had formed this country, such as President Jose Ramos Horta, Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao, and Mari Alkatiri.
Political parties should not divide people: Lasama Diario Nacional 17 November 2009 arliamentary President Fernando Lasama de Araujo said political parties should not divide the country’s people, but try to embrace and lead them [the people] for moving forward with peace and stability.