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· April, 2007

Stories about Timor-Leste from April, 2007

East Timor: Chinese Involvement in East Timor

Tumbleweed finds a Chinese petroleum company building a petrol station in Dili, the capital of East Timor. The post also some discussion on other construction projects that the Chinese are...

East Timor: Xanana's Past and Future

Timor Leste Perspectives looks at the role Xanana Gusmao, the outgoing president of East Timor and former resistance leader in the independence movement and subsequently as a president of free...

East Timor: Run-off Elections Confirmed

Diligence has the latest figures from East Timor's elections that confirm the need for a run-off elections between the two leading candidates.

Lusosphere Reports The First Round of East Timor's Elections

Timor-Leste is holding its first national election as an independent nation, and the vote counting now indicates the need for a second round to decide the next President. The voting...

East Timor: High Number of Invalid Votes

East Timor Journal comments on the unusual numbers of invalidated votes in the East Timor elections.

East Timor: Who will win the Run-Off

Tubleweed says that if it comes to a run-off between the two leading candidates in East Timor elections Francisco “Lu Olo” Guterres might be favored over Ramos-Horta.”From the personal views...

East Timor: Predicting Remaining Votes

Return to Rai Ketak looks at the announced results of East Timor elections and tries to predict the outcome in other districts where the counting is still on.

East Timor: Voting Patterns in East Timor Elections

Dili-gence has a post on why the voting patterns in the other regions of the country may not be like the capital city Dili. The elections are on in East...

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