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East Timor News Monthly Memo 1988-12

Title: Monthly Memo
Administrating power: Portugal

  • Distribution of houses to Timorese refugees
    Indonesia:
  • Indonesian MPs protest against US congress members letter
    International Issues:
  • Exhibition on Timor
  • Australian Northern Territory’s minister visits East Timor
  • Council of Europe takes stand on East Timor
  • Australian ABC Tv report shocks Timorese community
  • Further dispatch of troops to East Timor
  • Indonesia and Australia in secret military manoeuvres
  • EC again in favor of Timorese people

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East Timor News Monthly Memo 1989-04

Title: Monthly Memo
East Timor:

  • Reprisals against the family and friends of an escapee
  • Reports on the situation in East Timor
  • Timorese political prisoners denounce torture
  • List of documents received during the period
    Administrating Power: Portugal
  • Statement by José Ramos Horta to the Diário de Notícias
  • The Portuguese minister for foreign affairs visits South East Asia
    Indonesia:
  • Indonesian Episcopal Conference
  • Indonesia and Australia rescue bilateral talks
  • Indonesia worried about public opinion concerning East Timor
    International Issues:
  • USA state department report recognizes human rights violations in East Timor

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East Timor News Monthly Memo 1989-11

Title: The Pope’s Visit to East Timor
Source: "A Paz é Possível em Timor-Lest" Group

  • John Paul II in Dili
  • The Vatican’s position on the East Timor problem

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East Timor News Monthly Memo 1990-03

Title: Monthly Memo
East Timor:

  • Description of Jan 17 demonstrations
  • Executions during 1989
  • Letter to H.J Princen from young people in the Bishop’s house in Nov
  • Incidents in Dili on Christmas eve
  • Bishop Belo’s movements restricted
  • FRETILIN meeting in Lisbon
  • Jose Ramos-Horta – “Perspectives on the roads to follow”
  • Documents received
    Administrating Power: Portugal
  • Bishop of Setubal speaks out
  • Hague tribunal
  • EOJ condemns Indonesia
    International Issues:
  • EC presidency draws attention to ill treatment in East Timor
  • EC foreign ministers reply to question
    Translation of a letter from Bishop Belo, Apostolic Administrator of Dili (Jun 27, 1989) to D. Manual Martins, Bishop of Setubal, Portugal
    A tourist’s observation of recent demonstrations in Dili (Feb 17, 1990)

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East Timor News Monthly Memo, 1989-01

Title: Monthly Memo
East Timor:

  • Detentions
  • Bishop Belo
  • Changes in structure of Indonesian military
  • Jose Ramos-Horta proposes a Timor secretariat
  • Documents received
    Administrating Power: Portugal
  • Portugal protests against Indonesia-Australia treaty on Timor sea off-shore oil
  • Portugal considers recourse to The Hague
  • Australian international law expert recommends Portugal takes case to Hague
  • University students show solidarity with people of Timor
  • Timorese priest describes situation of a Timorese in Portugal
    International Issues:
  • Australia and Indonesia agree on terms of Timor Gap Treaty
  • Protests to Australian embassy
  • US members of congress write to secretary of states
  • EC statements on Timor question
  • Statement from African Portuguese speaking countries on East Timor
  • MEPs protests to the EEC
    Dec 20, 1989
  • Political/ strategic importance of the Treaty for Indonesia
  • East Timor’s legitimate claim
  • Campaign strategy
  • Campaign against the Timor Gap Treaty
  • Australian recognition of annexation
  • A potentially lucrative deposit
  • Australian parliament and the treaty

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East Timor News Monthly Memo 1990-08

Title: Monthly Memo
East Timor:

  • Demonstration during anniversary mass
  • Tensions between Timorese priests and their bishop
  • Bishop Belo visits Rome
  • Death of US journalist denied
  • Reconciliation between Ramos-Horta and FRETILIN
  • Rift within UDT leadership
  • Social conditions within East Timor
  • Documents received
    Administrating Power: Portugal
  • UN mission to East Timor
  • Cavaco Silva UN address
  • Cavaco Silva visits Japan
    International Issues:
  • “The twelve” harden the EEC position on Timor at the UN
  • EEC-ACP assembly takes first step towards recognition of East Timor
  • Council of Europe decides to prepare report on East Timor
    Address by Portuguese Prime Minister, Cavavo Silva to the UN General Assembly (Sep 26, 1990)
    Compromise resolution on the situation in east Timor replacing resolutions 94, 106, 116, and 140 (Sep 26, 1990)
    Progress report of the Secretary-General, United Nations General Assembly (Sept 17, 1990)
    Reports of recent conflict in Dili, East Timor, Australian Coicil for Overseas Aid (Oct 22, 1990)

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East Timor News Monthly Memo 1991-10

Title: Monthly Memo
East Timor:

  • Visit preparations
  • Timorese workers protests against job conditions
  • Military activity
  • Romas-Horta nominated spokesperson
  • Documents received
    Administrating Power: Portugal
  • Agreement for visit in Nov
  • EEC reaffirms its position at the UN General Assembly
    International Issues
  • European Parliament calls for Indonesian arms sales embargo
  • Oil firms keen to explore Timor oil fields

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East Timor News Monthly Memo 1989-12

Title: Monthly Memo
East Timor:

  • The Pope’s visit
  • Mnsgr. Belo under surveillance and pressure
  • Xanana Gusmão’s message to Mnsgr. Canalini
  • List of documents received during the period
    Administrating Power: Portugal
  • Bishop of Setúbal’s pro-East Timor intervention
  • Presdent Soares appeals on behalf of East Timor
  • Christian peace movement’s solidarity with east Timor
  • Presentation of book on Timor
    International Issues:
  • UN meeting to prepare visit to Timor
  • President Suarto awarded UN prize
  • European parliament vote against Indonesia

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Other Comite Ativo Nao-Violencia e Solidariedade Timorense 1992-10-12

Official title: Estatuto Organico e Programa de Trabalho do Comite Ativo Nao-Violencia e Solidariedade Timorense
Contents: Statute of the creation of the Comite Ativo Nao-Violencia e Solidariedade Timorense (Action Committee for Non-Violence and Timorese Solidarity), exposing the purpose of its creation (support and canalize other nations support and solidarity for East Timor), its mission: i. using the principles of International Law to guide their support (material, spiritual and moral) to people who were affected by the war; ii. educate people to end the conflict and to avoid violence; iii. Condemn and criticize any transgression of universal laws and their principles. The document also brings the establishment of the guidelines of the Committee’s work for the short and long term, pointing specifically to their actions (such as giving medical assistance to injured people, helping the young people to get in school, to find jobs, create a library, etc.) and specifically delineate the structure of the Committee (an organogram of functions, each one designated, period of the meetings, etc.).

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Report CDPM - Austrian Ambassador in Indonesia 1997-11-18

Report by CDPM of a letter to the Austrian ambassador in Indonesia appealing for solidarity with the Timorese who are refugees in the Austrian embassy in Indonesia and asking the Austrian ambassador not to give up on the cause, even with the mounting pressure from Indonesia. The document also states that CDPM directed an appeal to around 30 organizations from Portuguese civil society to ask for pressure on the Austrian ambassador in Portugal regarding the same situation. The appeal had two objectives: make them feel the pressure of Portuguese public opinion and give the Austrian government arguments to use with the Indonesians about sending the 6 refugees to Portugal.
Annexes: report of the meeting with the ambassador and briefing of the refugees' history.

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Letter Cristina Cruz (CDPM) - President of Guinea Bissau 1996-09-24

Letter by CDPM to the President of Guinea Bissau congratulating him on the 23rd anniversary of the Republic of Guinea Bissau and expressing strong protests to the visit of the Guinean Ministry of Youth and Sports to Indonesia, lest this visit symbolize the recognition of the Indonesian strategy for the annexation of East Timor. CDPM states that Guinea Bissau had adopted a pro-East Timor position in the Community of Portuguese Language Countries (CPTLT) and that CDPM would be grateful if Guinea could press Indonesia, either at CPTL or at an Islamic Conference.

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Letter/Report CDPM – Unidentified 1990-09-04

Letter reporting the discussion during the meeting of Yasuko Takemura, Japanese Parliamentary, and UN under-secretary-general, Rafeeudin Achmed. Yasuko proposed this meeting, accepting José Ramos-Horta's suggestion, with the intention of clarifying the letter that the Secretary-General sent to Suharto and then to Mario Soares to encourage Indonesia to allow a Portuguese-parliamentary mission. The under-secretary-general had been watching the East Timor situation very closely and was, according to the document, notably pro-Indonesia. A direct negotiation between Indonesia and Portugal, as he proposes, would not necessarily result in gains to the Timorese and, at the same time, would eliminate the debate at the UN. During the meeting, Achmed tried to defend by saying that the newspaper at Jakarta’s Post may be an Indonesian interpretation of the letter and not necessarily what he was trying to propose. Takemura also asked about the letter from Bishop Belo asking for a referendum and the answer was vague.
Annexes: newspaper clipping of the Jakarta’s Post.

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Letter CDPM and APPTL - Sousa Lara 1991-07-24

Letter by the APPTL and CDPM offering to the Portuguese congressmen the updated information about several aspects of the Timorese reality before they traveled to the country on an attempt to understand the real situation there. Suggestions of topics to be provided by APPTL and CDPM to Portuguese Congressmen: geography, demography, sociology, religion, economy, language, culture, health, education, human rights, military situation, Indonesian administration, guerrilla forces, etc. The information would be relayed through a course with 3 or 4 sessions, to be given by professors, researchers, Timorese refugees and to be paid by the Assembly of Republic.

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