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  Wiranto Statement to CTF  
Radio Timor-Leste News reports that the Commission for Truth and Friendship will ask former Indonesian military general Wiranto to give his statement in relation to serious crimes against humanity during the popular consultation in 1999 in TL.
  Alkatiri Preparing to “Shut Up” Opposition Liars  
It is reported that criticism from opposition parties of Prime Minister Mari Alkatiri endlessly continue which caused Alkatiri to yesterday once again launch another attack on the opposition parties.
  “Mari Humiliates and Destroys”: Guterres  
Opposition MP Eusebio Guterres said that Marxist doctrine should not be used as the politics of 1975 no longer exists.
  Government Should Not Ask for Proof  
Opposition MP Antonio Ximenes allegedly said that although a ceremony was held to farewell the 200 medical students who recently left for Cuba.
  Customs Service Turns Blind Eye to Illegal Trading  
It is reported that the population of Dili everyday witness transactions of large amounts of fuel along the foreshore at Lecidere [East Dili City], being freely carried out without any control from the relevant authorities.
  Former Militia Sentences Reduced  
The Court of Appeal decided to reduce the imprisonment of two ex-militia members, Domingos Ameta and Francisco Neto, from 7 to 6 years Timor Post reported.
  Police Actions Without Authorisation Considered “Criminal”  
MP Antonio Ximenes recently is reported to have said that any actions taken by the Police out of working hours should be considered criminal .
  Civil Society Participates in Seminar  
A group consisting of representatives from various NGOs is currently participating in a seminar in Melbourne focusing on the role of women and development.