- 17 of April of 2015Program of the Sixth Constitutional GovernmentThe Sixth Constitutional Government (VI CG) was sworn in into office on February 16th 2015.
The Program of the VI CG was reviewed and discussed in an extraordinary meeting of the Council of Ministers, eleven days after being sworn in (Press Release from the extraordinary meeting of the Council of Ministers from February 27th 2015) and was approved four days later (Press Release from the meeting of the Council of Ministers from March 3rd 2015).
The program, with 80 pages, was presented to the National Parliament on March 24th, and the endorsement lasted two days (Press Release from the Official Spokesperson for the Government from March 26th 2015).
The document is also available in the category “Government” / subcategory “Program”.
- 07 of November of 2014Tax cases in Dili court (Courts)Documents presented by Prime Minister Xanana Gusmão at a live interview to Rádio Televisão Timor-Leste (RTTL), on the 4th November, regarding the Audit to the Judicial System.2034.16 KB
- 07 of November of 2014Tax cases in Dili court (Public Prosecutor)Documents presented by Prime Minister Xanana Gusmão at a live interview to Rádio Televisão Timor-Leste (RTTL), on the 4th November, regarding the Audit to the Judicial System.1687.25 KB
- 2 of Outubro of 2014Obituary: Kevin Sherlock 8.3.1934 - 2.10.2014"Kevin Sherlock was a long term Darwin resident who led a double life. To those who didn’t know him well, he was an unassuming former newsagent from Adelaide, who lived a quiet life in a small flat in the suburbs of Darwin.
To his many friends throughout Australia and Timor-Leste, he was a legend. He was a walking encyclopedia, and his flat was a compact library with shelving on every wall, crammed with books and files about the history of Timor."
"Kevin Sherlock died in the Royal Darwin Hospital on 2 October 2014."
(Agio Pereira, Timor-Leste Minister of State and Presidency of the Council of Ministers)29.5 KB
- 26 of July of 2014Communique Timor-Leste Development Partners’ Meeting 2014At the 2014 Timor-Leste Development Partners’ Meeting, on July 26, the representatives of the Government of Timor-Leste and the development partners, Civil Society Organizations and Private Sector representatives met to discuss progress in implementing the Strategic Development Plan 2011-2030 and agree on a structure and process to achieve results into the future.
- 21 of July of 2014National Action Plan "Eradication of Hunger and Malnutrition in Timor-Leste"The Government of Timor-Leste has prepared this National Action Plan in collaboration with development partners including the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and Organizations of the Civil Society. It was launched in January 2014.
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- 07 of May of 2014May ConferencesThe initiative stems from a joint effort by the Ministry of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers and the Secretariat of State for Art and Culture, in partnership with several institutions.110.78 KB
- 21 of February of 2014Activity Report presented by the Mission of Support to the Electoral Process in Guinea-BissauActivity Report presented by the Mission of Support to the Electoral Process in Guinea-Bissauto the National Parliament. Only available the tétum version.33589.31 KB
- 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.