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a former Portuguese colony that was annexed by Indonesia in 1976

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The existing Baucau to Viqueque national road corridor, essential to Timor-Lestes economic activities, is generally in poor condition being narrow and mostly unsealed, said Paolo Spantigati, ADB Country Director for Timor-Leste.
The MCC also noted that Timor-Leste has "demonstrated a clear commitment to good governance, investing in its people and economic freedom.
Notably, they observe the dominant paradigms and representative modes within each approach, for example: the prevalence of analyses of social organization within the context of cultural studies; the narratives of resistance and national identity that dominate histories of the Indonesian occupation; and the impact of foreign intervention on the contemporary nation of Timor-Leste.
Also, SES announced that with the provision of enhanced Wi-Fi connectivity in Dili, TT and SES Networks will continue to empower local communities in Timor-Leste with access to faster mobile data and broadband connectivity, meeting the evolving and fast-growing connectivity needs of Timor-Leste residents.
Paolo Spantigati, country director of ADB's Timor-Leste Resident Mission, said, 'BNCTL has come a long way since it was upgraded to Timor-Leste's first commercial bank, delivering banking services to people in rural and urban areas, while contributing to economic growth and development.
In 2016, Timor-Leste published its first National Risk Assessment of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing (NRA) and adopted a National Action Plan (NAP) to address the areas of concern identified in the NRA.
This case study of regionalism and nation-building in Timor-Leste revitalises traditional security paradigms by relocating identity-building from the periphery of nation-building to its centre.
She particularly examines the tension between three different generations trying to shape the new nation: the older generation who drafted and fought for the declaration of independence, the self-identified "youth" born in its immediate aftermath, and the current youth born post-1990 who have grown up with an understanding of an independent Timor-Leste and graduated from its educational systems.
10) Most of the secondary literature on Timor-Leste v.
At the same time, a generational divide that has become apparent since the recovery of independence poses one of the most notable challenges to creating national unity in contemporary Timor-Leste.
Timor-Leste sought membership in the ASEAN in 2007, and a formal application was submitted in March 2011.
beaucoup moins que] La celebration de la fete nationale de votre pays m'offre l'agreable occasion de vous adresser, au nom du peuple et du gouvernement algeriens et en mon nom personnel, nos chaleureuses felicitations auxquelles je joins mes meilleurs vœux de sante et de bien-etre pour vous-meme et davantage de progres et de prosperite pour le peuple ami du Timor-Leste [beaucoup plus grand que], a ecrit le chef de l'Etat dans son message.
USPRwire, Fri Aug 14 2015] The report provides insights into the governance, risk and compliance framework relating to the insurance industry in Timor-Leste, including:
Kuala Lumpur: Timor-Leste coach Fabio Magrao said that, with better preparation, his team could spring an upset after holding the UAE goalless for 80 minutes before succumbing to a 1-0 defeat in their second World Cup qualifier in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday.
In 2012 the Government of Timor-Leste adopted the Timor-Leste National Action Plan (NAP) on Gender-based Violence (20122014) and supports the fight against this pervasive problem (RDTL 2012).