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quarta-feira, 24 de dezembro de 2008

TIMOR-LESTE - SITUATION CALM AND PEACEFUL

Press Release
Timor Leste Progress on 2008, Situation Calm and Peaceful

Dili, 24th December 2008 - There has been some press speculation about a supposed UN report about Timor. As a general rule, we do not comment on internal UN communications either to deny or confirm their existence. However, the Acting SRSG Finn Reske-Nielsen today made the following comments to make clear UNMIT's current analysis of the situation in Timor-Leste:

"In UNMIT's view, we can say clearly that we feel very good about the progress that has been made in Timor in 2008 and the resiliency demonstrated by the Timorese people in a year that started with great challenge. The streets of Dili and the rest of the country are calm and peaceful.

There have been solid advances in democratic governance and respect for human rights. Much has been achieved in the return of IDPs and a resolution to the issue of the Petitioners.

Parliament is playing its role in an increasingly active manner. Dialogue between the political parties on issues of national importance is robust and constructive. The recent Security Sector Seminar showed Timorese focus on developing a clear and democratically based strategic vision for the military and police.

The country is at peace and the people of Timor-Leste are ready to celebrate the Christmas holidays in a calm and dignified manner. We believe that the Timorese people can be proud of this year's accomplishments and can look forward to even greater progress in 2009."

For more information, please contact Isabelle Abric on +670 7311530 or Ivo Santos on +670 7311782

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