Monitoring National Parliament
Observe the National Parliament’s Activities with JSMP’s Parliament Watch Project (PWP). Find out what our representatives have done during the week and give your ideas on their compliance with their obligations!
JSMP's new Reports
Read JSMP’s new reports on Dismissal of International of Officials and Advisors in the Timor Leste Judicial Sector, and JSMP's Submission to the National Parliament of Timor Leste on Improving the penal code to better protect women and children.
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Mobile court conducts hearings at the former Ermera District Court Posted Mar 02, 2015 By jsmp
On 23 February 2015, the Dili District Court heard three cases through the mobile court in Ermera District. These cases comprised one case of simple
Civil Society discusses submission on Women and Children’s issues Posted Mar 02, 2015 By jsmp
On 20 February 2015 JSMP and ALFeLa organized a meeting between members of civil society to discuss a submission made by JSMP and ALFeLa to
JSMP conducts training on “access to justice” in Lalisuk Suco – Oe-Cusse Posted Mar 02, 2015 By jsmp
On 19 February 2015, the Judicial System Monitoring Programme (JSMP), through the Legal Research Unit, conducted a training session in Lalisuk Suco, Oe-Cusse District. There
Students from Oecusse Vocational Engineering School welcome training from JSMP Posted Mar 02, 2015 By jsmp
On 19 February 2015 the Judicial System Monitoring Programme (JSMP) conducted a training session at the Oecusse Vocational Engineering High School. This training was received
The Sixth Constitutional Government must ensure judicial independence and the separation of powers Posted Feb 18, 2015 By jsmp
On this day, 16 February 2015, Timor-Leste wrote a new page in its history in the process of building and strengthening the sovereign State with