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30 June 2009

East Timor Legal News 29 June 2009

Three UN-GNR police engaged in beating PM Gusmao’s security guards Timor Post 29 June 2009 - Three UN-GNR police officers are suspected of being involved in the beating of one of the Timorese Police officers who are currently security guards for Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao. The name of the PNTL officer who was assaulted is Francisco Aquito.

PNTL continues finding missing weapons Timor Post 29 June 2009 - The Timorese National Police (PNTL) continues finding weapons that went missing during the 2006 political crisis.

UNICEF supports national youth consultation Timor Post 29 June 2009 - The State Secretary for Youth and Sport with the support of UNICEF will hold a national consultation on endorsing a decree law for the establishment of a proposed youth parliament.

Police needs time to improve intelligence work: de Jesus Timor Post 29 June 2009 - Deputy Police Commander Sub Commissary Afonso de Jesus said the Timorese Police intelligence was still weak and that it was necessary to improve it but would take time.

Immigration police keeps watching immigrants Timor Post 29 June 2009 - Deputy Police Commander Sub Commissary Afonso de Jesus said the the Immigration Department had produced its own law to control gaps used by foreign nationals to illegally enter the country.

Probe could reduce corruption Suara Timor Lorosae 29 June 2009 - Deputy Prime Minister for Management Administration Mario Viegas Carrascalao said combating corruption was not easy work because probes into corruption were needed for the ministries thatare suspected of being involved in corruption.

Fretilin ready to form coalition with other political parties: Alkatiri Suara Timor Lorosae 29 June 2009 - Fretilin Secretary General Mari Alkatiri said his party was ready to form a coalition with other political parties if his party did not overwhelmingly win the next general election.

Catholic Church against free sex in Timor-Leste Timor Post 29 June 2009 - Dili Diocese Bishop Monsignor Alberto Ricardo da Silva said the Catholic Church in Timor-Leste was strongly against free sex as it contradicted with the Almighty God's doctrine.

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