|Subject: UNMIT Daily Media Review 11
Thursday, 11 October 2007
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National Media Reports
Mario Carascalao: Anticipate Election If there is Insecurity
The Social Democrat Party President, Mr. Mario Carascalao said there
will only be elections if the Government fails to create a secure
However, he added that instability should not be created to force an
Taur Matan Ruak Believes Situation Back to Normal
The F-FDTL Brigadier-General, Taur Matan Ruak said that the security
situation in the country is returning to normal.
He said that this is due to continued collaboration between all entitled
including the government, UNMIT and the ISF.
?The situation in eastern part is back to normal and due to this, the
F-FDTL will be withdrawn and return to headquarters,? said the General.
?Jardim? Refugees Demand National Parliament
Ten representatives of the Internal Displaced Persons camp located in
Jardim-Colmera-Dili have demanded the Government speed up solving the
problems that are preventing them from returning home.
?Refugees are demanding that they want to leave the camps very soon,?
said Fernanda Borges, member of Commission C. (STL)
Paulo Martins Ready to Be Witness for the PNTL Massacre
Former PNTL Commander, Paulo de Fatima Martins, now as member of
National Parliament said that he is ready to be witness in court
regarding 25 May 2006 case.
Mr Martins has been formally requested by the Court to be a witness. (TP)
International Media Reports
East Timor to play W?Cup Qualifier in Bali
Indonesia has approved East Timor's request to play in Bali for its
World Cup qualifying match against Hong Kong later this month.
Indonesia's soccer federation says East Timor wants to play in Indonesia
because its main stadium doesn't meet international standards.
World soccer's governing body FIFA has approved the use of Bali's main
stadium match on October the 21st.
NATIONAL NEWS SOURCES:
Timor Post (TP)
Radio Timor-Leste (RTL)
Suara Timor Lorosae (STL)
Diario Tempo (DT)
Diario Nacional (DN)
Televisaun Timor-Leste (TVTL)
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