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Timor-Leste's Eighth Constitutional Government
Governu Konstitusionál VIII RDTL nian

Atualiza 28 Jullu 2018

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Timor-Leste's Eighth Constitutional Government, based on the Parliament which was elected on 12 May 2018, took office in June, although some Ministers selected by Prime Minister Taur Matan Ruak have yet to be sworn in to office by President Francisco Guterres "Lu Olo." The Government was formed by the AMP coalition of CNRT, PLP and KHUNTO, which has 34 of the 65 Parliamentary Seats.

On 20 July, Parliament approved the first Law proposed by the new Government, to authorize an extraordinary transfer of  $140 million from the Petroleum Fund to address a cash flow problem with state finances.

Governu Konstituisional VIII iha Timor-Leste, harii husi Parlamentu Nasional ne’ebé eleitu iha 12 Maiu 2018, hahú knaar iha Juñu. Maske nune'e, Ministru ne'ebe balun hetan nomeasaun husi Primeiru-Ministru Taur Matan Ruak seidauk hetan tomada de posse husi Prezidente Repúblika Francisco Guterres "Lu Olo." Governu forma husi koligasaun AMP inklui partidu CNRT, PLP no KHUNTO, ho kadeira 34 husi total 65 iha PN.

Iha loron 20 Jullu, Parlamentu aprova primeira Lei proposta husi Governu foun, atu autoriza transferénsia estraordináriu ho montante tokon $140 husi Fundu Petrolíferu atu hasoru problema "cash flow" ho finansas estadu.

The Government Program

Also on 20 July, the Council of Ministers approved the proposed Government Program (Portuguese), and it was delivered to Parliament that evening. The 137-page program is organized into the following sections:

PREAMBLE

1. CHANGE FOR PROGRESS AND WELL BEING

2. CONTINUE WITH DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIAL CAPITAL

  • 2.1 Education and Training  (English)

  • 2.2 Health  (English)

  • 2.3 Social Inclusion, Social Protection and Solidarity

  • 2.4 Culture and Heritage

  • 2.5 Youth

  • 2.6 Sport

  • 2.7 Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)

  • 2.8 Social Communication

  • 2.9 Religion

  • 2.10 Civil Society

  • 2.11 Housing

3. CONTINUE WITH DEVELOPMENT OF INFRASTRUCTURE  (English)

  • 3.1 Governance of the Infrastructure Sector

  • 3.2 Road Network

  • 3.3 Water and Sanitation

  • 3.4 Energy

  • 3.5 Transport

  • 3.6 Weather

  • 3.7 Telecommunications

  • 3.8 Postal Service

4. CONTINUE WITH DEVELOPMENT OF THE ECONOMY

  • 4.1 Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Forestry

  • 4.2 Petroleum and Mineral Resources  (English)

  • 4.3 Tourism

  • 4.4 Business

  • 4.5 Industry

  • 4.6 Private Sector

  • 4.7 Employment

  • 4.8 Cooperatives

  • 4.9 Environment (English)

5. CONTINUE WITH GOVERNMENTAL CONSOLIDATION

  • 5.1 Macroeconomic Policy

  • 5.2 Financial Sector

  • 5.3 Public Finance

6. GOOD GOVERNANCE AND COMBATING CORRUPTION

  • 6.1 Public Administration

  • 6.2 Decentralization

  • 6.3 Electoral Administration

  • 6.4 Spatial Planning

  • 6.5 Rural Development

  • 6.6 Special Administrative Region of Oe-Cusse Ambeno and Special Zones of Social Market Economy (English)

  • 6.7 Electronic Government

  • 6.8 Justice

  • 6.9 Defense and Security

  • 6.10 International Relations and Foreign Policy

  • 6.11 Delimitation of Land and Maritime Borders (English)

  • 6.12 Timorese Communities Abroad

Programa Governu nian

Iha loron 20 fulan Jullu, Konsellu Ministru aprova proposta Programa Governu nian, no haruka dokumentu ne'e ba Parlamentu Nasional kalan ne'e kedas. Programa ne'e hamutuk 134 pájina:

PREÂMBULU

1. MUDANSA BA PROGRESU NO BEM-ESTAR

2. KONTINUA HO DEZENVOLVIMENTU KAPITÁL SOSIÁL

  • 2.1 Edukasaun ho Formasaun

  • 2.2 Saude

  • 2.3 Inkluzaun Sosiál, Protesaun Sosiál no Solidariedade

  • 2.4 Kultura ho Patrimóniu

  • 2.5 Juventude

  • 2.6 Desportu

  • 2.7 Teknolojias, Informasaun no Komunikasaun

  • 2.8 Komunikasaun Sosiál

  • 2.9 Relijiaun

  • 2.10 Sosiedade Sívil

  • 2.11 Abitasaun

3. KONTINUA HO DEZENVOLVIMENTU INFRAESTRUTURAS

  • 3.1 Governasaun iha Setór Infraestruturas

  • 3.2 Rede Rodiviária

  • 3.3 Bee mós no Saneamentu Báziku

  • 3.4 Enerjia

  • 3.5 Transportes

  • 3.6 Meteorolojia

  • 3.7 Telekomunikasaun

  • 3.8 Servisu Postál

4. KONTINUA HO DEZENVOLVIMENTU EKONOMIA

  • 4.1 Agrikuktura, Pekuária, Peskas no Florestas

  • 4.2 Petróleu ho Rekursus Humanus

  • 4.3 Turizmu

  • 4.4 Comércio

  • 4.5 Indústria

  • 4.6 Setór Privadu

  • 4.7 Empregu

  • 4.8 Kooperativas

  • 4.9 Ambiente

5. KONTINUA HO KONSOLIDASAUN GOVERNATIVA

  • 5.1 Polítika Makroekonómika

  • 5.2 Setór Finanseiru

  • 5.3 Finansas Públikas

6. BOA GOVERNASAUN NO KOMBATE BA KORUPSAUN

  • 6.1 Administrasaun Públika

  • 6.2 Desentralizasaun

  • 6.3 Administrasaun Eleitoral

  • 6.4 Ordenamentu Teritóriu

  • 6.5 Dezenvolvimentu Rurál

  • 6.6 Rejiaun Administrativa Espesial Oe-Cusse Ambeno no Zona Espesial ba Ekonomia Sosial Merkadu

  • 6.7 Governu Eletróniku

  • 6.8 Justisa

  • 6.9 Defeza no Seguransa

  • 6.10 Relasaun Internasionál no Polítika Esterna

  • 6.11 Delimitasaun Fronteiras Terrestres no Marítimas

  • 6.12 Komunidade Timor-Oan iha Estranjeiru

On 25 July, Prime Minister Taur Matan Ruak presented the program in Parliament, with this address. Parliament debated the program for three days. Fretilin submitted a rejection motion, but Parliament voted it down, with 25 in favor, 36 against, and 4 abstentions, so the Program has been adopted.Iha loron 25 Jullu, Primeiru-Ministru Taur Matan Ruak aprezenta programa ne'e ba Parlamentu Nasional, ho diskursu ida ne'e (mos Portugues). Parlamentu sei debate ba loron tolu, no sei vota atu simu ka rejeita. Fretilin aprezenta mosaun rejeisaun iha loron 26 Jullu. Iha loron 27, Parlament rejeita mosaun rejeisaun ho vota 25 a favor, 36 kontra, no abstenstaun 4. Entaun programa pasa.
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