Subject: Timornewsline: 5 February 2010

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Authorities need to collaborate with the new Anti-Corruption Commission to reduce problems: Horta

Diario Nacional , 5 February 2010- Summary by <http://www.timornewsline.com/spip.php?auteur12>Alberico Junior President Jose Ramos Horta has given his endorsement to the newly elected Anti-Corruption Chief, Aderito de Jesus Soares, but says that the country's authorities should collaborate with him for corrupt practices to be reduced nationwide.

Luta Hamutuk sets deadline for new KAK Chief to uncover

Diario Nacional , 5 February 2010- Summary by <http://www.timornewsline.com/spip.php?auteur12>Alberico Junior The National Director for the NGO Luta Hamutuk, Mericio Akara, has set a three-month deadline for the newly elected Anti-Corruption Chief to uncover corruption within the Government's institutions, so that the public can trust that he is really capable of taking corruptors to court.

Woodside Company has the rights to greater sunrise: Woodside manager

Diario Nacional , 5 February 2010- Summary by <http://www.timornewsline.com/spip.php?auteur12>Alberico Junior The Woodside Company General Manager, Brendan Augustin, has said that the Timor Sea Gas and Oil Field Treaty signed between Timor-Leste and Australia should allow the woodside company to develop the greater sunrise's gas and oil field.

Representative of UN Secretary General visits eastern districts

Diario Nacional , 5 February 2010- Summary by <http://www.timornewsline.com/spip.php?auteur12>Alberico Junior The Special Representative to Timor-Leste for the UN Secretary General, Ameerah Haq has recently held a two-day official visit to the country's eastern districts, including Lautem and Baukau, to take a look closer at development progress in the districts.

UN Human Rights group to investigate possible abuse in Timor-Leste

Diario Nacional , 5 February 2010- Summary by <http://www.timornewsline.com/spip.php?auteur12>Alberico Junior The Special Representative of the UN Secretary General, Ameerah Haq has said the United Nations Integrated Mission in Timor-Leste's (UNMIT) special human rights and justice unit will make a report and investigate some recent possible cases of human rights abuse.

National Police powerless to help residents calling for assistance

Timor Post , 5 February 2010- Summary by <http://www.timornewsline.com/spip.php?auteur12>Alberico Junior The Timorese Operational Police Commander, Inspector Mateus Fernandes, has said that the police were saddened to hear of the desperation expressed by local residents, asking for help to stop violence in the capital Dili.

Minister da Costa damaged Timor-Leste's image: MPs

Timor Post , 5 February 2010- Summary by <http://www.timornewsline.com/spip.php?auteur12>Alberico Junior The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Zacarias Albano da Costa, was critized heavily in Parliament yesterday with MPs saying that he has damaged the country's image, following his recent decision to dismiss the Timorese Ambassador to the United States of America, Nelson Santos.

Police Commander to remove two Kovalima district police officers

Timor Post , 5 February 2010- Summary by <http://www.timornewsline.com/spip.php?auteur12>Alberico Junior Timorese Police Commander, Commissary Longuinhos Monteiro said two Timorese National Police (PNTL) officers of Kovalima district will be removed following recent allegations that they were involved in recent ninja gang movements in Kovalima.

UNMIT to continue working with civil society groups

Timor Post , 5 February 2010- Summary by <http://www.timornewsline.com/spip.php?auteur12>Alberico Junior The Special Representative of the United Nation's Secretary General to Timor-Leste, Ameerah Haq, has announced that the United Nation Integrated Mission in Timor-Leste (UNMIT) will continue working with the civil societies, following their recent important role with important role in improving advocacy and development progress in the country.

President Horta calls for new approach to rural spending

Radio Televisaun Timor Leste , 5 February 2010- Summary by <http://www.timornewsline.com/spip.php?auteur12>Alberico Junior President Jose Ramos Horta has urged the Government not to spend the state budget recklessly and come up with a new plan before implementing construction projects in the country's rural areas.

Anti-Corruption Commission can work if supported by all parties: Renetil

Radio Televisaun Timor Leste , 5 February 2010- Summary by <http://www.timornewsline.com/spip.php?auteur12>Alberico Junior The Secretary General for the student's organization RENETIL, Jose Antonio de Jesus Neves, has given his support to the new leader of the country's anti-corruption commissary, Aderito de Jesus Soares, but says that the commission must be supported by all parties across Timor-Leste for it to work.

Local residents urge security post to be set up

Radio Televisaun Timor Leste , 5 February 2010- Summary by <http://www.timornewsline.com/spip.php?auteur12>Alberico Junior Local residents, Faulara suburb in Dili have urged the Timorese Government to set up security post, because the UN Police is incapable of responding to the recent disturbance which engaged the mart art clubs and the young gangs. 


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