REPÚBLICA DEMOCRÁTICA DE TIMOR-LESTE
V Constitutional Government
SECRETARIAT OF STATE FOR THE COUNCIL OF MINISTERS
Meeting of the Council of Ministers 3 December 2008
The Council of Ministers met this Wednesday, 3rd December 2008, in the Council of Ministers Meeting Room, Government Building in Dili, where it approved:
1 - Decree-Law that Approves the Scholarship Regime for the progeny of the Fighters and Martyrs of the National Liberation.
This diploma, approved by the Council of Ministers in today's meeting, defines the scholarship regime of the progeny of the Fighters and Martyrs of the National Liberation. It should be noted that the Government's Programme plans to have a “progressive implementation of the remaining rights of the Fighters of the National Liberation”.
2 - Decree-law that approves the Subsidies to the Professionals in Justice and UNTL
The diploma approved by the Council of Ministers in today's meeting, introduces the attribution of a remuneration subsidy for the judges, prosecutors, public defenders and to the rector, vice-rector, dean, vice-dean and the head of department in the Universidade Nacional Timor Lorosae, and the subsidy for management positions
3 - Decree-Law that Approves the payment of an extra month of salary
In a urgent measure inserted with the governmental goal of socially improving the lives of the Civil Servants, the Government decrees through this diploma, the payment of an extra month of salary.
The Council of Ministers also analysed:
4 - The Decree-Law that Approves the Civil Service Capacity Building Regime
This Diploma was analysed and discussed by the Council of Ministers in today's meeting. It aims to approve the Civil Service Capacity Building Regime. The ministers considered that the subject should be studied in more depth and the presented document to be improved upon, hence its approval has been deferred for the next meeting.
Human resources capacity building is one of the IV Constitutional Government priorities. This diploma is part of the reformation measures for the Public Administration that are enshrined in the Government's Programme, with the aim to ensure that the civil service has a more professional and effective performance.