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  • 30 of Outubro of 2023Clarification regarding false Order
    The Prime Minister's Office and the Presidency of the Council of Ministers would like to inform everyone that tomorrow, Tuesday, October 31st, 2023, there will be no day off. Therefore, it will be a normal working day.

    It is also reported that a fake Order has been circulated – not issued by the Prime Minister's Office – which falsely informs the public that civil servants have been granted a day off this Tuesday, October 31st.
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  • 25 of Outubro of 2023Meeting of the Council of Ministers on October 25th, 2023
    Approved:

    1 - composition of the Political Review Committee for the 2024 General State Budget;

    2 - theme "Celebrating history, building the future" for this year's November 28th celebrations; and

    3 - support for the development of the private sector,
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  • 18 of Outubro of 2023Day off on October 27th
    The Government has decided to grant a day off to all employees, agents and workers of the direct administration of the State, whether central and decentralised, and in the bodies of indirect administration, for the entire day of October 27th, 2023
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  • 18 of Outubro of 2023Meeting of the Council of Ministers on October 18th, 2023
    Approved:

    1 - day off on October 27th, 2023; and

    2 - authorise the opening of a direct procurement procedure as a matter of urgency to purchase fuel for the Betano Power Station for a period of six months.


    Analysed:

    1 - presentation on the initiative to establish the Regulatory Committee for Martial Arts (CRAM – Portuguese acronym), as a body within the State's Direct Administration, endowed with technical autonomy.
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  • 18 of Outubro of 2023Timorese students in Israel are safe and decide to stay in the country
    The Government of Timor-Leste informs that the 51 Timorese students currently in Israel, attending the Agriculture and Horticulture Course at the Arava International Agricultural Training Centre (AICAIT), have declared that they intend to remain in Israel, given that, despite the recent escalation of the conflict between Israel and the Palestinian territories, the situation in the region is safe.
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  • 13 of Outubro of 2023Timorense citizens currently in Israel are safe, and the Government is preparing for their repatriation
    The Government of Timor-Leste reports that, despite the recent escalation of the conflict between Israel and the Palestinian territories, triggered by the Hamas attack on Israeli cities, the 51 Timorense citizens currently in Israel to attend the Agriculture and Horticulture Course at the ARAVA International Agricultural Training Centre (AICAIT) remain safe.
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  • 11 of Outubro of 2023Information Note on the Electronic Passport (ePassport) Acquisition Process
    The Government reiterates its commitment to completing the process of acquiring electronic passport books (ePassport) as soon as possible. It informs that the process is already in its final phase, with a first consignment having begun to be handed out to priority groups.
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  • 11 of Outubro of 2023Meeting of the Council of Ministers on October 11th, 2023
    Approved:

    1 - Proposal to ratify the agreement between the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste and the International Atomic Energy Agency on the application of safeguards under the Non-Proliferation Agreement, as well as its additional protocol;

    2 - Agreements between the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste and the countries belonging to ASEAN for visa exemption for tourism purposes;

    3 - transfer responsibility for coordinating the National Council for Sovereignty, Food Security and Nutrition in Timor-Leste (CONSSANTIL);

    4 - opening of a procurement procedure for building an irrigation system in Maliana.


    Analysed:

    1 - presentation and timetable of the BEST Project;


    2 - preliminary analysis of the the initiative to create the Atauro Administrative Authority;

    3 - preliminary analysis of the the initiative to amend the regulations for the Atauro Special Development Fund (FEDA);

    4 - preliminary analysis of the the initiative to amend the Statute for Municipal Administrations, Municipal Authorities, and the Interministerial Technical Group for Administrative Decentralization.
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