- 28 of February of 2013The Díli ConsensusThe Díli Consensus, at the International Conference on the Post-2015 Development Agenda, in Díli, February 28, 20131247.25 KB
- 14 of September of 2012The Fifth Constitutional Government ProgramThe Fifth Government Program is based on the Strategic Development Plan 2011-2030, which is built upon the foundations we have been laying since 2002, and which took into account a broad public consultation conducted through the 65 sub-districts, including villages and sucos throughout the nation.
All strategies and actions considered in this Plan, which was approved by Parliament in July 2011, seek to transform Timor-Leste from a low income country to a medium-high income country by 2030, with a healthy, educated and safe population that is prosperous and self-sufficient.
- 20 of May of 2012“Goodbye Conflict, Welcome Development ” - AMP Government Snapshot (2007-2012)"The IV Constitutional Government came to office on 8 August 2007 and completed a five-year mandate given by the Timorese People. The achievements of this Government were the result of the collaborative efforts of five parties, united in the Alliance of the Parliamentary Majority, which was in itself an important success and a display of the democratic maturity of the young State of Timor-Leste."
Kay Rala Xanana Gusmão
May 20123641.27 KB
- 30 of March of 2012Handbook of Journalism – Journalism in Timor-LesteThe "Handbook of Journalism - Journalism in Timor-Leste" published originally in English and Tetum by non-governmental organization International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) has been translated into Portuguese by the Secretariat of State of the Council of Ministers (SoSCM) with the support of the Embassy of Brazil in Timor-Leste.
This manual covers in 12 chapters, the main topics of training a future journalist. Thus, in February 2012, the SoSCM delivered 50 copies to the UNTL- Social Communication course so it can be the support book for students in the first year.
- 23 of November of 2011Annotated Constitution of the Democratic Republic of Timor-LesteThe Annotated Constitution of the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste is a collective work, coordinated by Prof. Pedro Bacelar de Vasconcelos. The authors analyse each article relating it with the national and international legislation making reference also to case law.
Only portuguese version.6600.21 KB
- 07 of July of 2011SDP – Timor-Leste Strategic Development PlanThe Government submitted to the National Parliament the Strategic Development Plan (SDP).6662.63 KB
- 13 of Outubro of 2010g7+ Consensus Statement in New Yorkg7+ Consensus Statement the g7+ Summit of Heads of State, in New York, on 20 September 2010
- 23 of April of 2010Summary of the Strategic Development Plan – Timor-Leste – 2011-2030The Strategic Development Plan (SDP) described in this document defines a path to implement the national strategy during the period 2010 to 2030. The Strategic Development Plan consists of seven sections: (I) Introduction; (II) Vision of the Timor‐Leste Economy in 2030; (III) Framework of Action to 2020; (IV) Public Investment Plan to 2015; (V) Public Financing to 2015; (VI) Macroeconomic Framework; and (VII) Institutional Framework.195.39 KB
- 14 of April of 2010Díli DeclarationThe Díli Declaration is the result of the Díli International Dialogue and g7+ meeting.154.25 KB
- 07 of April of 2010TLDPM Background PaperThis Background Paper is divided into four sections:
a) The first section provides background information on the past 10 years for contextual reference;
b) The second reviews the annual National Priorities Process, the platform for planning and coordination constructed and initiated at a time when flexibility and the immediacy of response was a priority;
c) The third section highlights the economic and social developments that have been achieved within the context of the National Priorities set in coordination with Timor-Leste’s international partners;
d) The fourth and last section describes the Government’s National Priorities for 2010 and those policies which will lead to successful outcomes.