Lasama calls for all Timorese people to follow debate on state budget Radio Televisaun Timor Leste 18 November 2009 Parliamentary President Fernando “Lasama” Araujo has called for all the Timorese people to follow the debate on the country’s general state budget for 2010 that would be held on Wednesday this week.
Political parties not allowed mobilizing mobs: Lasama Diario Nacional 18 November 2009 Parliamentary President Fernando “Lasama” de Araujo has threatened political parties not to mobilize mobs coming to Dili for celebrating the Timorese Independence day, falling on November 28, as each district will celebrate it.
CPD-RDTL holds peace rally in Baukau Diario Nacional 18 November 2009 CPD-RDTL [a Timorese Resistance Organization] has held a peace rally in the eastern town of Baukau urging the Government not to implement system of municipality in the country. The CPD-RDTL also urged the UN to change its mission to become an embassy in Timor-Leste.
Lasama Calls people not to believe in rumors Timor Post 18 November 2009Parliamentary President Fernando “Lasama” de Araujo has called for all the people not to believe in the rumors mongering that some unknown groups would organize people from districts coming down to Dili for celebrating the Timorese Independence proclamation day, falling on November 28.
Referendum package project in Dili has reached 80% Timor Post 18 November 2009 Coordinator for Dili’s Referendum Package Project, Alexo Cobra said the projects which were managed by the companies in the Dili had reached 80% and some of them almost finished.
Government to offer land to a Malaysian Company Timor Post 18 November 2009 Minister for Tourism, Commerce and Industry, Gil da Costa Alves said the Government would provide land to the enterprisers, mainly to Janar Resources SDN.BHD Company from Malaysia which has good will to invest in the country, mainly in the tourism sector.
IDPs urge Govt to compensate their properties with $ 7000 Radio Televisaun Timor Leste 18 November 2009The internally displaced people (IDPs) have urged the Government to compensate their properties that were burnt down during the country’s recent crises of 2006 and reject the Government’s policy of providing the IDPs US $ 500 per household.
Govt has no seriousness to fight against HIV/AIDS: Oliveira Radio Televisaun Timor Leste 18 November 2009 Representative of the Timorese Civil Society, Jose Luis Oliveira said the Government was not serious in combating HIV/AIDS in Timor-Leste, as numbers of it were now increasing.
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