Item PTETNnews199107 - East Timor News Monthly Memo 1991-07

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East Timor News Monthly Memo 1991-07


  • July 1991 (Creation)

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Printed newsletter; 9 pp.

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(1975-c. 2000)

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The CDPM was the leading secular solidarity group in Portugal and a leading node for solidarity activism globally. Its collections are digitized through the Amilcar Cabral Centre, catalogue developed by J-P Catry. English summaries of documents available up to (date).

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Title: Monthly Memo
East Timor:

  • New land regulations – “the second invasion”
  • Visit preparations: bogus guerillas
  • Civilian repression – appeal for increased red cross presence
  • Pressure on Xanana’s family
  • Amnesty condemns executions in East Timor
  • Photographs of prisoners
  • Documents received
    Administrating Power: Portugal
  • Parliamentary visit one step nearer
  • Solidarity groups criticize EEC-ASEAN declaration
  • Portuguese intellectuals call for support for Timorese resistance
  • CDPM appeals to Dutch on Timorese rights
    International Issues:
  • UK military contract with Indonesia
  • Japanese parliamentarians visit put off
  • Australia aid to East Timor
  • Australian labor party criticized for position in East Timor
  • International federation for East Timor gets UN associate status
  • UN referendum plan for West Sahara – precedent for East Timor?
  • Excerpts from Portuguese Government on visit to East Timor
  • Projection for the Portuguese unilateral interpretive stamen


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  • English

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  • Latin

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Originals at Bishop’s University (Private Collection) & McMaster University

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