Item 19930713 - Report United Nations Special Committee on Decolonization 1993-07-13

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PTCDPM-DOCS-19930713

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Report United Nations Special Committee on Decolonization 1993-07-13

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  • July 13, 1993 (Creation)

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Textual record; 35 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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List of speakers in the Special Committee on Decolonization on East Timor of the United Nations in 1993. Between the speakers, there were the major names of those who lent support to the East Timor resistance movement. Speakers were from Canada, France, Portugal, UK, Japan, US, etc. The document details each of the twenty-one speeches in solidarity with East Timor

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  • Portuguese

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  • Latin

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