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 Children’s Access to Formal Justice in Timor-Leste, Overview of the Justice Sector 2013, Institutional Report 2013, and JSMP report on Access to Justice in Timor-Leste: The welfare of the Judicial Actors and Capacity of Legal Institutions
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The Oecusse District Court sentences two defendants to 18 years in prison for two different cases of aggravated murder Posted Oct 20, 2014 By jsmp
On 29 September 2014 the Oecusse District Court, via the Dili District Court, conducted a hearing to announce its decision in two cases of aggravated
Tribunál Distritál Baucau primeira-ves hala’ó julgamentu movél iha Distritu Lautem Posted Oct 01, 2014 By jsmp
Iha 22 to’o 26 Setembru 2014, Tribunal Distritál Baucau primeira-ves hala’o julgamentu movel iha Distritu Lautem. Durante loron lima ne’e, tribunál konsege julga kazu krime
Court hands down effective prison sentence in case of incest: JSMP believes that a special provision is necessary to deter such crimes Posted Sep 29, 2014 By jsmp
On 22 September 2014 the Dili District Court conducted a hearing to announce its decision and sentenced the defendant IS to 14 years in prison
CNRT and Fretilín parties support JSMP initiative on the issue of presidential pardons through legislative intervention Posted Sep 25, 2014 By jsmp
On 17 and 19 September 2014, JSMP had a meeting at the National Parliament with the President of the CNRT Bench Natalino do Santos, and
President Taur urges parliament to amend the Pension Law for Ex- State Officials and to Pass the Anti-Corruption Law Posted Sep 17, 2014 By jsmp
On 15 September 2014 President Taur Matan Ruak urged the National Parliament to prioritize the discussion and passage of the draft Anti-Corruption Law, the draft