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15 November 2008

East Timor Legal News 14 November 2008

HEADLINES: Security situation in Dili is stable, says PM Gusmao - Trilateral meeting focuses on security situation in the country - EU will provide US $ 23 to the Parliament - International Tribunal would not guarantee justice for victims, says Carrascalao - UN investigates a serious traffic accident in the Capital Dili - Commander Belo defends police officer who tortures youths from Becusse - More than 50 families of IDPs return homes - Police command rejects deserted police officers - Youth Conference can build peace and stability: Lasama

Security situation in Dili is stable, says PM Gusmao - Radio 14 November 2008 - Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao, said security situation in the Capital Dili had returned to normal and was now stable.

Trilateral meeting focuses on security situation in the country: Gusmao Radio Televisaun Timor Leste 14 November 2008 - Timor Minister Xanana Gusmao, said the trilateral meeting between Government, security forces and the UN held on Thursday (13/11) was focused on security situation within the country. Image: East Timorese Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao flanked by Australian military personnel.

UN investigates a serious traffic accident in the Capital Dili Timor Newsline 14 November 2008 - The United Nations Integrated Mission (UNMIT) has expressed condolence to family of the victim who was killed in a car accident on Wednesday (13/11) night. The incident was involved a UN police vehicle.

EU will provide US $ 23 to the Parliament Timor Post 14 November 2008 - The European Union Commission has pledged to provide 18 Euro million or US $ 23 million to the Timorese Parliament.

International Tribunal would not guarantee justice for victims, says Carrascalao Timor Post 14 November 2008 - MP Mario Viegas Carrascalao from Social Democratic Party (PSD) said he did not trust that the International Tribunal which was being urged by the Timorese civil societies would be not able to emerge justice for the victims of Indonesian military occupation. Image: President of the East Timorese Social Democratic Party, Mario Viegas Carrascalao speaking at a workshop on land rights in East Timor.

Commander Belo defends police officer who tortures youths from Becusse Timor Post 14 November 2008 - Dili District Police (PNTL) Commander Pedro Belo has denied an allegation that one of his officers had engaged in torturing youths from Becusi.

More than 50 families of IDPs return homes Radio Televisaun Timor Leste 14 November 2008 - More than 50 families of the internally displaced people (IDPs) who recently lived at the IDP camps of Farol Primary School have started returning to their homes yesterday.

Police command rejects deserted police officers Suara Timor Lorosae 14 November 2008 - The Timorese Police Command has declared they will not accept the police officers who deserted police barrack for joining rebel leader, Alfredo Reinado Alves during the country’s recent crises.

Youth Conference can build peace and stability: Lasama Suara Timor Lorosae 14 November 2008 - Parliamentary President Fernando 'Lasama' Araujo, said the international youth conference held in Dili could help bring peace, stability and unity in the world, because peace and stability of the world was all people’s responsibility.

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