17 January 2010

Timor-Leste Legal News 19 November 2010

LABEH urges Inspectorate General to investigate corruption cases Timor Newsline 19 A local NGO known as LABEH Director, Christopher Henry Samson has urged the Inspectorate General to launch a profound investigation into three suspicions of corruption case that have been submitted to it.

State budget for 2010 reflects Government’s compromises: Gusmao Radio Televisaun Timor Leste 19 November 2009Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao said the general state budget for 2010 reflected the Parliamentary Majority Alliance (AMP) Government’s compromises about creating peace and development in the country.

Political parties should be realistic in analyzing state budget: Youth president Radio Televisaun Timor Leste 19 November 2009 President of the Timorese National Youth Council, Levogildo Hornai said the political parties and community members should be realistic in analyzing the country’s state budget execution for 2009.

Govt puts forward US $ 8 million to set up a bank Timor Post 19 November 2009 The Government has put forward US 8 million for setting up a national bank and US $ 1 million to be allocated for establishing anti-corruption commission in the country’s state budget for 2010.

Committee C calls Govt to execute well 2010’s general state budget Diario Nacional 19 The Parliamentary Committee C for finance and anti-corruption has called for the Government to execute well and transparently spend the 2010 general state budget.

Lobato: “State would use Police to force illegal occupants out of the seashore” Diario Nacional 19 November 2009 Justice Minister Lucia Lobato said the Government would use police to force those people who illegally occupying seashore out of that place if they refused to move and keep living there.

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