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Other Comissão para os Direitos do Povo Maubere 1982-07-03

Cover of a dossier by CDPM promoting, along with the other international delegations at Newspaper Avante's 82 party, a journey of solidarity to East Timor. According to the document, 1982 was strongly marked by an Indonesian diplomatic offensive in the international arena, and so, it was necessary to foment solidarity in the country and support for FRETILIN as well.

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Letter Antônio Pinto Barbedo de Magalhães – Portuguese Authorities 1983-02-21

Letter by CDPM to the President of Portugal, President of the Assembly, Ministry of Foreign Business, Prime Ministry and other authorities to express their gratitude for Portuguese diplomatic action toward the recently approved UN resolution affirming the right to self-determination and independence for East Timor. CDPM reaffirms their wishes to keep working together with the Portuguese authorities and proposes some specific actions to be taken by the Government regarding the increased conquest of Timorese people, such as: i. the creation of a group of countries with common contact to cooperate with Portugal in the self-determination process; ii. creation of a Commission of National Work to deal with the questions related to East Timor only; iii. definition of national and international strategies to look for effective solutions; iv. realization of a Cultural Week of Maubere; v. realization of an international conference about East Timor to deal with human rights and international law issues, etc.

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Letter CPDM - Monsenhor Sante Portalupi 1983-02-22

Letter in thanks by CDPM to Reverendum Sante Portalupi for all the support that the Catholic Church has lent during the East Timor situation through its solidarity actions. One of the results of this effort was the recent approval of a UN Resolution that consecrates the right to self-determination and independence.

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Letter CDPM - Ambassador Batista Martins 1983-02-24

Letter by CDPM to Ambassador Batista Martins asking for support for an event to diffuse the cultural identity of East Timor through a Week of Maubere Culture. This support could be verified in a letter from the Ambassador recommending the entities an active collaboration (e.g. to concede all of the East Timor materials – documents, documentaries, etc. – existing in Portugal).

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Letter Comissão para os Direitos do Povo Maubere (CDPM) – Portuguese Parliamentarians 1983-03-03

Letter by CDPM to the Portuguese members of Parliament informing them of a dossier composed of documents, including documents related to the role of the Church and the international organizations in defense of human rights.

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CDPM Pamphlet 1983-03-23 - 1985-03-23

Pamphlet made by CDPM to raise awareness about the latest news on East Timor and its situation. Its topics are: the solidarity groups and their work for East Timor’s cause; the use of torture by Indonesian military officials; the events of 23/03/1983, when the leaders of FALINTIL and of the Indonesian army met to discuss a cease-fire; the peace plan proposed by FRETILIN to solve the situation in East Timor; and finally Portugal’s position regarding East Timor.

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Newspaper CDPM/APPTL 1984

Official title: Um Vietname Silencioso
Contents: Newspaper with the historical background of East Timor, considerations on language and culture. Explores the relations between the Portuguese revolution and the East Timor situation; the organization and consolidation of FRETILIN; the Indonesian invasion (the visit of Ford and Kissinger to Jakarta and their approval to the invasion); genocide; humanitarian aid; ceasefire; the resistance movement; FRETILIN's plan of peace; and some witness testimonies.

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CDPM meeting programme 1984-02-16

Official title: Comunicado
Contents: CDPM programme of a meeting in Lisbon regarding the first anniversary of preliminary conversations held in a free territory of East Timor between the Indonesian militaries and FRETILIN. The program contains: photographs and press clippings; the itinerary for dinner (with Mauberre food); and other cultural activities. Solidarity groups listed as attending: Australia, United States and Europe.

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Letter CDPM – President and Members of Eventual Commission of Republic Assembly to East Timor 1984-06-18

Letter to the members of the eventual Commission of Republic Assembly to East Timor providing the demanded information about the UN system and its operation regarding East Timor issues. The document contains: briefing organogram of the UN and a background on facts treated there regarding East Timor issues.

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Press Release Comissão para os Direitos do Povo Maubere (CDPM) 1984-07-11

Press release concerning the meeting between CDPM and some Portuguese authorities where CDPM exposed its deep concerns. As they say, it is not enough that a few Portuguese organs of sovereignty manifest their solidarity with the Maubere people, instead, Portugal is a key actor in this struggle and should position itself as one. They also state that human rights violations in East Timor begin with the non-recognition of the Timorese right to self-determination and that Portugal should accept FRETILIN as the only movement to national liberation, aligning itself diplomatically to FRETILIN's efforts in the international arena.

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Other Zeca Afonso 1985

Speech from the party in honor of Zeca Afonso recalling his struggle and dedication to East Timor and sharing the responsibilities and duties of the Portuguese to fight against the inertia of the Portuguese Government. The speech also broaches the following topics: Xanana Gusmão's importance; the necessity of pressuring the United Nations; the negotiation process; the three positions of CDPM to end the struggle: 1- There is no negotiation without legitimates representatives of FRETILIN, 2- The Portuguese Government should press for a political solution that leads to the true self-determination of Timor, 3- A strong Diplomatic campaign by Portuga is necessary, along with European and non-Europeans allies, to press the international community and see results. The speech ends by announcing the following songs and dance in honor to Zeca Afonso and in honor of the Timorese struggle.

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CDPM/APPTL pamphlet 1985-06-15

Official title: Timor Leste – O Povo Maubere e sua Luta
Contents: Pamphlet describing the activities to be developed during the week of 15-21 June, 1985 in Lisbon for the 10 year anniversary of the Indonesian invasion of East Timor. It would include an exhibition and debates.
Main topics: Is UN developing a positive role?; Will an independent East Timor be viable (economically and politically)? ; Is the influence of the Catholic Church real or forged?; Can the common citizens support East Timor with solidarity?; etc.

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FUNU

FUNU - Boletim da Comissão para os Direitos do Povo Maubere (Bulletin of the Commission for the Rights of the Maubere People)
No. 12 - August 1985

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Report CDPM / ISMUN 1985-10-14

Report by CDPM of a Conference held by the United Nations in El Puerto, Spain for young students from over 50 countries where they discussed themes related to peace, human rights, Third World economies, development, etc. During the meeting, the Movement of Young Students of the United Nations (ISMUN, in Portuguese) deliberated over a resolution where they asked Indonesia to immediately remove their army from Timor, to restart the negotiation process begun in 1983, and appealing to all associated members of ISMUN to support East Timor's self-determination at the level of UN and other international forums.

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Press release CDPM/APPTL 1985-11-27

Official title: Comunicado de Imprensa
Contents: Press release regarding the 10th year of the conflict in East Timor and inviting the public to a cultural session with music, dance, and poetry to be presented in Lisbon in memory of those who died in the conflict.

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Speech CDPM/APPTL 1985-12-07

Official title: Intervenção
Contents: Speech made during the event regarding the 10 year anniversary of the invasion of East Timor, exposing the reasons why they should keep the struggle alive and pointing to how these years symbolize a regression in human rights. The speaker invites guests to enjoy the cultural night offered by those who can still express their culture in freedom, even if it is not in their own country.

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Press Release Christian Solidarity International 1985-12-18

Press release reporting a letter by Christian Solidarity International, an ecumenical entity concerned with East Timor issues, to the candidates for the Presidency in Portugal. The letter demonstrates deep concern with the disrespect for the Timorese ethnic, cultural, and religious identity being violated by Indonesia, and appealing to the candidates to contribute to finding a fair solution to the situation.

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Letter CDPM - Ministers of Business 1986-06-16

Official title: Ah atencao da Lusa/Servico Africa Timor-Leste
Contents: Letter by CDPM to the five Ministers of Business who were visiting Lisbon from Angola, Cape Verde, Guinea Bissau, Mozambique and Sao Tome and Principe, appealing to their solidarity and support for East Timor issues and asking that they bring up the theme as much as possible with their bilateral contacts and in the international organizations they are a part of.

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