Asia-Pacific

Mar 23, 2012

Timor leaders, united in divisiveness, need one more month

It is an unusual legacy for Fretilin to continue to be viewed as being the divisive face of Timorese politics, writes former East Timor-based UN adviser Robert Johnson.

It is an unusual legacy for Fretilin to continue to be viewed as being the divisive face of Timorese politics (largely on the basis of the events surrounding the social and political collapse of 2006).

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  1. Bob the builder

    Thanks! A great backgrounder and a deplorably rare decent article in the Australian media.

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