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Documents on East Timor from PeaceNet and connected computer networks 32, Sept. 16 - Nov. 8, 1994

EVENTS IN EAST TIMOR.............................................................................................................................. 7
BBC INTERVIEWS COL. SYAHNAKRI .............................................................................................................7
RECENT INTERVIEW WITH BISHOP BELO ......................................................................................................7
EIGHT KILLED IN EAST TIMOR CLASH, SOURCES SAY...................................................................................7
REBEL DIES IN EAST TIMOR CLASH..............................................................................................................8
SEVERAL CLASHES AND MANY CASUALTIES..................................................................................................8
CIDES SEMINAR ON EAST TIMOR SHOULD INVOLVE EAST TIMORESE..........................................................8
TIMOR GUERRILLAS DECLARE CEASEFIRE....................................................................................................9
INDONESIA REJECTS GUERRILLA CEASEFIRE........................................................................................10
EAST TIMOR REBELS READY TO CONTINUE FIGHT AGAINST INDONESIA...............................................10
NEW RELIGIOUS INCIDENT IN TIMOR .......................................................................................................10
INDONESIA PREPARES TO QUELL EAST TIMOR UPRISING..........................................................................10
SOLDIER JAILED FOR IRREVERENCE..........................................................................................................10
JAKARTA SAID TO BE STERILIZING EAST TIMORESE...................................................................................11
INFORMED VISIT TO EAST TIMOR...............................................................................................................11
EAST TIMOR BISHOP ANNOUNCES ‘SPECIAL STATUS’ TALKS ON TERRITORY..............................................12
GUERRILLA ARRESTED, CLAIMS ARMY ........................................................................................................12
WAVE OF MIGRATION IS ALTERING EAST TIMOR ........................................................................................13
BISHOP BELO INVITED TO AUSTRALIA.........................................................................................................13
EAST TIMOR DEVELOPMENT FAILS TO STEM DISCONTENT.........................................................................13
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Volume 32: September 16 - November 8, 1994
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torial comment or selection.
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EVENTS IN INDONESIA.............................................................................................................................. 14
MEDIA CENTRE TO TACKLE BIASED REPORTS.............................................................................................14
TIMORESE STUDENTS IN MALANG WARNED ...............................................................................................15
EDI SUDRAJAT: SOME NGOS FOMENT ISSUES TO EXERT PRESSURE ON STATES .......................................15
JOINT COMMITTEE FOR THE DEFENCE OF EAST TIMORESE......................................................................15
CHANGE IN THE WIND: JAKARTA MAY BE RETHINKING ITS TIMOR POLICY ..............................................16
PRABOWO NEW DEPUTY COMMANDER OF KOPASSUS................................................................................17
TOTAL MEDIA CONTROL SOUGHT: EDITOR .................................................................................................17
INDONESIA EYEING EUROPE, NOT U.S., FOR WEAPONS.............................................................................17
MORE OPEN TO DISCUSSIONS?..................................................................................................................18
COLLABORATORS AT WORK ..................................................................................................................... 19
SECOND LONDON MEETING PLANNED ......................................................................................................19
EAST TIMORESE GROUPS TO MEET AGAIN IN LONDON .........................................................................19
RECONCILIATION II ON THE HORIZON ..................................................................................................19
GOVERNOR OF TIMOR PREPARED TO TALK TO HORTA, BUT NOT WITH XANANA........................................20
EAST TIMORESE CALL FOR BROADER TALKS ...............................................................................................20
SOME PRELIMINARY NOTES ON THE FORTHCOMING ‘RECONCILIATION TALKS’ ...................................20
UPDATE: PEOPLE ATTEN DING THE TALKS...............................................................................................21
SECRETARY-GENERAL IS SENDING OBSERVER...........................................................................................21
U.N. OFFICIAL SITS IN ON RECONCILIATION TALKS...................................................................................21
ARAUJO WANTS TO EXTEND “RECONCILIATION” ........................................................................................22
LONDON TIMORESE TALKS DECLARATION..................................................................................................22
MORE TIMOR MEETINGS THIS WEEK .........................................................................................................23
MIXED RESULT TO TALKS ON TIMOR PEACE ..............................................................................................23
SELF-DETERMINATION NOT YET DISCUSSED ..............................................................................................23
SUHARTO WANTS TO MEET ABILIO ARAUJO ................................................................................................24
XANANA IS STILL IN CHARGE .................................................................................................................. 24
XANANA WRITES U.S. ACTIVISTS................................................................................................................24
MESSAGE FROM XANANA TO HUMAN RIGHTS GROUP ................................................................................25
INDONESIANS TALK TO XANANA OF REFERENDUM ....................................................................................26
XANANA: SYMBOL OF RESISTANCE .............................................................................................................26
TIMORESE RESISTANCE MEETS ALATAS ................................................................................................. 27
JAWA POS ON NEW YORK TALKS ...............................................................................................................27
ALATAS AND CNRM MEET IN NY.................................................................................................................27
CNRM STATEMENT ON MEETING WITH INDONESIAN FOREIGN MINISTER .................................................28
RESISTANCE HOLDS DIRECT TALKS WITH INDONESIAN ENVOY ...............................................................28
EAST TIMOR: TALKS AMONG THE OPPOSING PARTIES................................................................................29
RECONCILIATION, HORTA STYLE ...............................................................................................................30
JAKARTA LOSING ITS CLOUT.......................................................................................................................30
(HORTA IN ) LUANDA DISCUSSES TIMOR ....................................................................................................30
ALKATIRI: JAKARTA, CANBERRA TRY TO CONTAIN OPPOSITION ................................................................30
STEP BY STEP POLICY..................................................................................................................................32
FLIRTING WITH THE EN EMY – FOREIGN MINISTER MEETS EAST TIMOR SEPARATISTS ...............................32
THREE CONDITIONS IMPOSED ON JAKARTA .............................................................................................33
INDONESIA PREPARES FOR APEC............................................................................................................. 33
EAST TIMOR OPEN TO FOREIGNERS ...........................................................................................................33
INDONESIA TO PERMIT FOREIGN REPORTERS TO VISIT EAST TIMOR.........................................................33
NO ROOM FOR HUMAN RIGHTS AT APEC ....................................................................................................33
MORE BANS ON THE INDONESIAN MEDIA..................................................................................................34
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INDONESIA: WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW ABOUT EAST TIMOR, BUT SHOULD .................................................34
EAST TIMOR BRACES FOR FOREIGN JOURNALISTS.....................................................................................35
REPRESSION TIGHTENS IN JAKARTA .........................................................................................................36
TIGHTENING UP IN INDONESIA BEFORE THE APEC SUMMIT......................................................................36
INDONESIA CLAMPING TIGHT SECURITY ON APEC SUMMIT.......................................................................40
SUHARTO’S FREE TRADE POLICY A DIPLOMATIC TRADEOFF?....................................................................40
INDONESIA’S PHONY CLEANUP ..................................................................................................................41
AI REPORT “OPERATION CLEANSING” AND HUMAN RIGHTS ON THE EVE OF APEC..................................41
AMNESTY SHINES SPOTLIGHT ON JAKARTA................................................................................................42
GEORGE ADITJONDRO INTERROGATED .................................................................................................. 42
INDONESIA SUMMONS CONTROVERSIAL ACADEMIC..................................................................................42
INDONESIAN ACADEMIC IN TROUBLE AGAIN OVER E.T..............................................................................43
INDONESIAN ACADEMIC FACES POLICE HARASSMENT..............................................................................43
INTERVIEW WITH GEORGE ADITJONDRO ...................................................................................................43
INDONESIAN ACADEMIC SAYS BEING MADE SCAPEGOAT ..........................................................................44
AI URGENT ACTION ON GEORGE ADITJONDRO..........................................................................................44
FOLLOW-UP FROM AI, OCTOBER 12. AI FI369/94 ....................................................................................45
ADITJONDRO GETS SECOND POLICE SUMMONS........................................................................................45
ACADEMICS BACK JAKARTA CRITIC ...........................................................................................................46
AAAS ALERT ON GEORGE ADITJONDRO.....................................................................................................46
UPDATE ON ADITJONDRO...........................................................................................................................47
HE TOUCHED ON VERY CRITICAL MATTERS ................................................................................................47
CHRONOLOGY IN ADITJONDRO CASE........................................................................................................48
ADITJONDRO INTERROGATED FOR SIX HOURS..........................................................................................51
NINE HOURS MORE FOR ADITJONDRO.......................................................................................................52
ARIEF BUDIMAN FIRED FROM UKSW..........................................................................................................52
URGENT ACTION APPEAL FOR DR. ARIEF BUDIMAN ...............................................................................52
SUPPORT ARIEF, SUPPORT DEMOCRACY................................................................................................53
INTERROGATION “PREVENTIVE”..................................................................................................................53
JOSÉ ANTONIO NEVES GOES ON TRIAL ................................................................................................... 53
NEVES ON TRIAL IN MALANG.....................................................................................................................53
INDONESIA TRIES TIMORESE UNDERGROUND LEADER .............................................................................53
DEFENCE REBUTTAL....................................................................................................................................54
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL REPORTS ....................................................................................................... 55
AMNESTY REPORT: INDONESIA & EAST TIMOR: POWER AND IMPUNITY ....................................................55
MARKED DETERIORATION IN HUMAN RIGHTS SITUATION IN RECENT MONTHS ...................................56
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL LAUNCHES NEW CAMPAIGN .............................................................................57
ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING PILOT PROJECT: AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL GOES ON LINE...........................58
OPENNESS IS ILLUSION, SAYS AMNESTY ....................................................................................................59
AI: POWER & IMPUNITY — EXCERPTS .........................................................................................................59
PIERRE SANE SPEECH ON INDONESIA AND EAST TIMOR ..........................................................................64
INDONESIAN GOVERNMEN T COMMENTS ON AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS CAMPAIGN ......65
AMNESTY REPORT GETS THUMBS DOWN ....................................................................................................65
DEATHLY SILENCE OF THE DIPLOMATS......................................................................................................66
TIMOR GAP TREATY .................................................................................................................................. 68
100 MILLION BARREL OIL STRIKE IN TIMOR GAP........................................................................................68
AUSTRALIA ON TRIAL...................................................................................................................................68
“BUS THE TIMOR GAP” PROTEST, DARWIN ..................................................................................................68
OIL FIND RAISES STAKES IN COURT BATTLE...............................................................................................68
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INDONESIA FLAUNTS EAST TIMOR’S RESOURCES .......................................................................................69
UNITED NATIONS ACTIVITIES ................................................................................................................... 69
GENERAL ASSEMBLY ADOPTS 158-ITEM AGENDA FOR FORTY-NINTH REGULAR SESSION ..........................69
PERSONAL COMMITMENT FROM GHALI ON TIMOR.....................................................................................70
EVENTS IN THE PHILIPPINES.................................................................................................................... 70
WHY DO THEY IGNORE THE TRUTH OF EAST TIMOR? .................................................................................70
SOLIDARITY IN PHILIPPINES ......................................................................................................................71
EVENTS IN AUSTRALIA.............................................................................................................................. 71
WILL INDONESIA LISTEN?...........................................................................................................................71
IRISH P.M. IN AUSTRALIA............................................................................................................................72
TIMOR TALKS..........................................................................................................................................72
DILI PROTESTERS PICKET SUTRISNO.........................................................................................................72
TIMOR APATHY A TRAGEDY, SAYS AUTHOR.................................................................................................72
AUSTRALIAN MPS TO VISIT EAST TIMOR.....................................................................................................73
‘TIMOR PROSPECTS GOOD’ - ACTIVIST........................................................................................................73
TIMOR SOLIDARITY GROUPS MEET............................................................................................................73
CALL FOR TOUGHER LINE ON EAST TIMOR ................................................................................................73
CNRM ON THE A.L.P. NATIONAL RESOLUTION ............................................................................................73
GARETH EVANS INTERVIEWED ON E. TIMOR ..............................................................................................74
YESTERDAY EAST TIMOR WAS ON THE AGENDA .........................................................................................74
EVANS BACKS TOUGH WORDS ON EAST TIMOR..........................................................................................75
WHITLAM ON EAST TIMOR: DISTORTING THE TRUTH..................................................................................75
AUSTRALIAN DAY OF ACTION FOR EAST TIMOR ..........................................................................................77
RALLIES FOCUS ON AUSTRALIAN COMPLICITY............................................................................................77
WRITE AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT TO RAISE EAST TIMOR AT APEC ...........................................................78
CHOMSKY TO CHAMPION TIMOR ...............................................................................................................78
UPCOMING A.N.U. INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE.....................................................................................78
EAST TIMORESE BARRED FROM CONSULATE ..............................................................................................79
INDONESIA DENIES VISAS TO EAST TIMORESE ..........................................................................................79
LABOR’S BETRAYAL OF EAST TIMOR ...........................................................................................................79
SURVIVOR OF DILI MASSACRE SEEKS REFUGE...........................................................................................80
EVENTS IN AOTEAROA (NEW ZEALAND)................................................................................................... 80
NEW ZEALAND MPS TO VISIT TIMOR..........................................................................................................80
INFORMATION ON NZ MPS FACT-FINDING MISSION .............................................................................81
MINISTER (ALATAS) DEFENDS EAST TIMOR SITUATION ...............................................................................81
NZ MPS SEE DILI PRISONERS .....................................................................................................................81
EVENTS IN JAPAN...................................................................................................................................... 81
JAPANESE TV DOCUMENTARY .....................................................................................................................81
AMNESTY PRODS JAPAN ON TIMOR...........................................................................................................82
JAPAN MPS VISIT EAST TIMOR ...................................................................................................................82
EAST TIMOR: REPRESSION CONTINUES ......................................................................................................83
WHAT’S HAPPENING IN INDONESIA, THE BIGGEST ODA RECIPIENT COUNTRY .........................................84
ASAHI ON DIET ET VISIT “MISINTERPRETED”..............................................................................................85
JAPANESE MPS URGE MURAYAMA & KONO: RAISE EAST TIMOR ISSUE AT APEC ........................................86
EAST TIMOR ON JAPANESE TV....................................................................................................................87
EVENTS IN EUROPE................................................................................................................................... 87
ASEAN SET TO BOOST ECONOMIC, POLITICAL TIES WITH E.U. ..................................................................87
EU-ASEAN MEET TODAY IN KARLSRUHE......................................................................................................88
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DEMONSTRATION AT EU-ASEAN MEETING BANNED....................................................................................88
AMNESTY, IN BELGIUM, URGES CLOSE INSPECTION OF ISLAND................................................................89
INT’L PARLIAMENT OF WRITERS TO SEND MISSION TO EAST TIMOR..........................................................89
RACHLAND NASHIDIK ADDRESSES PORTO CONFERENCE..........................................................................90
SALEH ABDULLAH PORTO SPEECH ..............................................................................................................90
PORTUGUESE 12 NOVEMBER ASSOCIATION PLANS.....................................................................................91
CAVACO SILVA: “TALKS SHOULD INCLUDE TIMORESE” ...............................................................................91
PRESIDENT (SOARES) SPEAKS OF TIMOR IN POLAND.................................................................................91
ELIZABETH BAGLEY’S DEBUT (AS U.S. AMBASSADOR IN LISBON)................................................................91
NEW DIRTY LAUNDRY ON THE ARMS FRONT (IN SWEDEN).........................................................................91
STOP OUR ARMS EXPORTS TO INDONESIA ............................................................................................92
EVENTS IN THE U.K................................................................................................................................... 92
BRITISH LEGISLATORS TO VISIT EAST TIMOR .............................................................................................92
BRITISH MPS PROBE HUMAN RIGHTS AND EAST TIMOR.............................................................................92
MORE PRAISE FOR INDONESIA FROM BRITISH MPS ..............................................................................93
BRITISH MP PATRICK NICHOLLS ON TIMOR TRIP .......................................................................................93
BRITISH PARLIAMENTARIAN: ABRI SHOULD RECRUIT EAST TIMORESE..................................................94
NICHOLLS: INDONESIAN RIGHTS ...............................................................................................................94
BCET AND AI RESPOND: .........................................................................................................................94
STOP EXCUSING TYRANNY.....................................................................................................................95
BRITISH TIMOR CAMPAIGNERS TARGET ARMS TRADE................................................................................96
MAGUIRE SLAMS UK GOVERNMENT............................................................................................................96
MAIREAD MAGUIRE SPEAKS UP AGAIN...................................................................................................97
BRITISH CAMPAIGN: FOUR WEEKS FOR EAST TIMOR..................................................................................97
BRITAIN AIMS TO SELL HAWKS, SCORPIONS TO INDONESIA .....................................................................97
TANJUNG CONFIRMS SCORPIONS DEAL ................................................................................................97
PROPOSED UK SCORPIONS SALE TO INDONESIA GIVES GREEN LIGHT TO AN AGGRESSOR STATE ......97
HUMAN WRONGS IN INDONESIA................................................................................................................98
EVENTS IN IRELAND.................................................................................................................................. 98
RIGHTS ACTIVISTS CASTIGATE UNIONISTS OVER TRADE MISSION ............................................................98
CONCERN ON EAST TIMOR EXPRESSED .....................................................................................................99
ARMS SUPPLY TO INDONESIA “INTOLERABLE” ............................................................................................99
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL LAUNCH IN DUBLIN..........................................................................................99
IRISH FM SPRING URGED TO ACT ON EAST TIMOR................................................................................... 100
IRISH MPS INVITED TO EAST TIMOR TALKS .............................................................................................. 100
SENATOR MEETS PORTUGUESE GROUP DESPITE ILLNESS........................................................................ 100
EVENTS IN FRANCE ................................................................................................................................. 100
FRENCH “FOUR MONTHS FOR EAST TIMOR” CAMPAIGN REPORT.............................................................. 100
FRENCH “FORUM TIMOR” FORMED .......................................................................................................... 101
NEWSBRIEFS IN FRENCH PRESS.............................................................................................................. 101
EVENTS IN CANADA................................................................................................................................. 102
CANADA: SIX MONTHS FOR EAST TIMOR! ................................................................................................. 102
FALL ACTION CALENDAR (ONTARIO / QUEBEC)......................................................................................... 103
NOAM CHOMSKY, JOSÉ RAMOS-HORTA TO SPEAK ON EAST TIMOR ......................................................... 103
OTTAWA EYES LINKING AID TO FOREIGN DEFENCE COSTS.................................................................... 104
CANADIAN HOUSE OF COMMONS DEBATE ON APEC................................................................................. 104
ETAN/CANADA MEDIA ADVISORY ON APEC .............................................................................................. 105
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EVENTS IN THE UNITED STATES............................................................................................................. 105
PORTUGUESE GOV’T HIRES LOBBY IN WASHINGTON ............................................................................... 105
DURÃO BARROSO: U.S. ATTENTIVE TO SITUATION IN EAST TIMOR ........................................................... 105
URGE REPRESENTATIVES TO SIGN LETTERS ............................................................................................. 106
SUPPORT WORKERS’ RIGHTS IN INDONESIA....................................................................................... 107
HUFFINGTON AND THE TORTURERS ......................................................................................................... 108
SIDEBAR: FEINSTEIN’S INDONESIA PROBLEM...................................................................................... 110
SUHARTO’S CANDIDATE (HUFFINGTON)............................................................................................... 110
US ‘DISMAYED’ OVER MAGAZINE SUSPENSION ........................................................................................ 110
AMERICANS TO INVEST IN TUNA FISHERY INFRASTRUCTURE IN EAST TIMOR.......................................... 111
CLINTON TO BRING EAST TIMOR TO SUHARTO ......................................................................................... 111
RESTART THE RIGHTS CLOCK IN INDONESIA........................................................................................... 111
P.R. FIRM PUSHES INDONESIA ................................................................................................................. 112
CALL CLINTON ON NOVEMBER 7: EAST TIMOR MUST BE FREE.................................................................. 112
NETWORK NEWS (ETAN/US NEWSLETTER), NOV. 1994.............................................................................. 112
NOVEMBER 14-16: CLINTON HEADS TO INDONESIA............................................................................. 112
ETAN STEERING COMMITTEE MEETS .................................................................................................... 113
CONGRESS LIMITS ARMS SALES AND MILITARY TRAINING FOR INDONESIA....................................... 113
INDONESIAN SCHOLAR EXPOSES OCCUPATION’S IMPACT.................................................................. 113
EAST TIMOR NETWORK URGES PRESIDENT CLINTON TO SPEAK OUT....................................................... 114
CLINTON WILL RAISE HUMAN RIGHTS WITH SUHARTO ............................................................................ 115
EAST TIMOR MAY BE RAISED AS SHAREHOLDER ISSUE ............................................................................ 115
SENATORS WRITE CLINTON ...................................................................................................................... 117
GEN. SINTONG PANJAITAN OWES $14 MILLION .................................................................................... 117
FEDERAL COURT IN BOSTON TO HEAR TESTIMONY ON 1991 MASSACRE.................................................. 117
HOLDING THE INDONESIA MILITARY ACCOUNTABLE ............................................................................... 118
MOTHER TO COLLECT DAMAGES FOR EAST TIMOR MASSACRE................................................................ 118
INDONESIAN SUED FOR ROLE IN EAST TIMOR MASSACRE....................................................................... 118
SPOTLIGHT ON 1991 EAST TIMOR MASSACRE ........................................................................................... 119
HELEN TODD’S SUIT HAS BROADER IMPLICATIONS............................................................................. 119
US COURT RULES $14 MILLION AGAINST INDONESIAN GENERAL ............................................................ 120
INDONESIA GENERAL SAYS COURT VERDICT A “JOKE” ............................................................................ 120
RESOURCES............................................................................................................................................. 121
ALL IN THE FAMILY AVAILABLE IN U.S........................................................................................................ 121
TIMOR RAP ................................................................................................................................................ 121
TIMORNET: INTERNET INFORMATION RESOURCE ON EAST TIMOR .......................................................... 121
TIMOR IN MAINSTREAM FILM.................................................................................................................... 122
GEO ON EAST TIMOR................................................................................................................................. 122
NEW BOOKLET: STOP ARMING INDONESIA............................................................................................... 122
INNOVATIVE THEATRE TAKES UP EAST TIMOR .......................................................................................... 122
INT’L FEDERATION FOR EAST TIMOR........................................................................................................ 122

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