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Report Zeca Araujo (Secretary of the provisional Government in Dili) 1976-01-16

Official title: Linhas de orientacao para os contactos com a delegacao da ONU
Contents: Guidelines for Dili’s provisory administrators regarding the United Nations' visit to the capital. The document contains explicit restrictions on certain behaviors and symbols, and also certain places (those that were still under military activities) where they could not take the UN to visit. It also established a pattern of conversation that party leaders (APODETI, UDT, KOTA and LABOR) should follow with the UN delegation, mostly incriminating FRETILIN as communists. Provides answers to the possible questions the UN may have asked about the provisory administration in general.

Peace is Possible in Timor Leste Association (Portugal)

Letter Bishop Dom Carlos Filipe Ximenes (Administrator Apostolic of Dili) - Secretary General of UN 1989-02-06

Letter sent by Bishop Dom Carlos Felipe to the Secretary General of the UN to emphasize that the process of decolonization of East Timor is not yet concluded and cannot be left in oblivion. It calls for UN support by promoting a referendum in the country and reflects on the human rights situation.

Peace is Possible in Timor Leste Association (Portugal)

Report Dunisa Rubini (Direitos Humanos e Amigos de Justica e Paz no Timor Leste) 1991-01-12

Official title: Relatorio – Timor Leste
Contents: Report by Dunisa Rubini about several injustices to which the Timorese people are subjected; presenting military, political, economic and cultural realities after his trip to the country.
Main topics: Indonesian unsuccessful offensive to capture Xanana Gusmao; the intensification of Indonesian strategies against the Timorese struggle; civil rights violations by the militaries in Timor; the guerilla movement to recruit more people; and personal realities of human rights violations.

Peace is Possible in Timor Leste Association (Portugal)

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.

Commission for the Rights of the Maubere People (CDPM)

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.

Commission for the Rights of the Maubere People (CDPM)

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.

Commission for the Rights of the Maubere People (CDPM)

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.

Commission for the Rights of the Maubere People (CDPM)

Report Unidentified 1986-06-28

Official title: El papel de Indonesia en el dispositivo estrategico USA para el Sudeste Asiatico
Contents: Report describing the role of Indonesia in the US strategic device to southeast Asia. The report contains: geographic, geopolitical and geostrategic aspects, sea routes and strategies, deep analyses of the geostrategic position of East Timor, military expenditures (contracts with Australia, South Korea, USA, Britain, France, Spain, Italy), accounting of military aid from 1974 to 1983.

Commission for the Rights of the Maubere People (CDPM)

Letter CDPM - Deputies 1986-09-10

Official title: A Comissao Eventual para Acompanhamento da Situacao em Timor Leste
Contents: Letter by CDPM to the Portuguese deputies regarding the imprisonment of Antonio Goncalves in Jakarta. In the letter, CDPM informs the deputies that a letter with 1539 signatures had already been given to the President, to the Prime Minister, to the Minister of Business and to the President of the Assembly, and asks for their support in the situation.

Commission for the Rights of the Maubere People (CDPM)

Report APPTL and CDPM 1987-06-22

Official title: Proposition de Travail pour la Sous-Commission
Contents: Report with propositions for collaboration in the approval of a report in the Sub-Commission of Human Rights at the UN, regarding the importance it can have in the next meeting of the UN General Assembly. The document punctuates specific considerations that would be useful to achieving the final objective.

Commission for the Rights of the Maubere People (CDPM)

Press release 1989-08-31

Official title: Comunicado de Imprensa – Sobre a visita do Papa João Paulo II a Timor Leste
Contents: Press release reporting the upcoming visit of Pope João Paulo II to some Asiatic countries, including East Timor, and Indonesia's preparation to receive him.
Main topics: An Indonesian cleaning operation in East Timor; the persecution of the East Timor Catholic Church; the denial of help for humanitarian aid institutions; the silence of the Vaticano regarding the situation; the risks of political involvement during this visit (Indonesia tries to take advantage of it so the Pope would support the annexation).

Commission for the Rights of the Maubere People (CDPM)

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.

Commission for the Rights of the Maubere People (CDPM)

Letter CDPM - Unidentified 1991

Official title: Estimados amigos
Contents: Letter by CDPM comparing the different treatment given to the Iraq invasion of Kuwait and the Indonesian invasion of East Timor. In both cases some resolutions were approved by the UN, condemning the aggressor and demanding reparations, but in the first case, more dramatic measures were taken (such as a naval blockade and economic retaliations) to stop the invasion. The letter asks that due attention be paid to the East Timor situation.

Commission for the Rights of the Maubere People (CDPM)

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.

Commission for the Rights of the Maubere People (CDPM)

Other Unidentified 1991-10-11

Official title: Ideias principais
Contents: Handwritten telephone transcription detailing the main ideas regarding the conversation between Portugal and Indonesia at the United Nations with the participation of other civil society agents (Church, Timorese representatives, etc.) who wanted a peaceful resolution to the conflict.

Commission for the Rights of the Maubere People (CDPM)

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