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Life continues to be tough for many people in Dili. A Timorese-Chinese consortium is planning two storey office towers that include a restaurant that can sit people. Xanana Gusmao led the negotiations at The Hague.
There are also plans for development of a special economic and free trade zone in the tiny former Portuguese enclave of Oecusse that includes highways, an international standard airport, marina, hospital, hotels, a water park and golf course. Critics say the projects involve significant economic and political risks at a critical point in the resource-rich nation's history. Children still remain malnourished in East Timor.
Fifteen years after gaining independence, some observers and opposition politicians say it is time for East Timor to take stock and re-access how to empower ordinary Timorese to participate in nation building and tackle high unemployment, widespread preventable diseases and malnutrition, land rights issues, illiteracy, corruption and cronyism.
They argue optimism that utopian projects will in the short term reduce poverty and improve the lives of ordinary Timorese is unfounded. But opposition politicians say Xanana and his ruling executive from a coalition comprising his National Congress for Timorese Construction CNRT and Fretilin, the party that led East Timor's independence struggle, now have unfettered powers. Sweeping authority and generous funding have been given to Fretilin leader Mari Alkatiri to turn Oecusse, which is surrounded by Indonesia, into a business and tourist hub,.
This elite group appears likely to hold on to power at general elections in July, after their candidate Francisco "Lu-Olo" Guterres, a former resistance commander, decisively won presidential elections last Monday, intensifying concerns East Timor has become a dominant one-party state without a viable opposition. Greater Sunrise has been shelved amid a bitter stand-off with Australia over sea borders, although there is renewed hope among East Timor's leaders that the project will be resurrected this year by a consortium led by Woodside.
To be sure, without revenues from Greater Sunrise the country's multibillion-dollar sovereign wealth fund will dwindle — or even be depleted within a decade — if spending patterns and plans progress, analysts say. Soon a floating platform that is the world's biggest vessel and six times the weight of the largest aircraft carrier will sail past East Timor on its maiden voyage from South Korea to Shell's Prelude field off the Western Australia coast.
Charles Scheiner from the Dili-based think-tank Lao Hamutuk believes the southern coast developments will not make back the money they will cost. Lao Hamutuk has also questioned whether the Oecusse projects should be funded from public funds and how they will benefit the enclave's 70, population, some of whom face displacement.
Jose Ramos Horta, a former president and prime minister and still an influential figure in Dili, rejects what he calls doomsday predictions that his country is heading towards becoming a failed state or that the sovereign fund will dry up, and backs Xanana's vision to prioritise the building of infrastructure.
More than 40 per cent of Timorese live below the poverty line, 30 per cent of adults cannot read and 70 per cent live in rural areas with limited health services. Mario Carrascalao, a year-old former Indonesian-era governor and former deputy prime minister, believes billions of dollars should not be allocated for mega-projects before Timorese have basic necessities like water, sanitation and improved health care and education. Then when you get to a certain level, you can go the bigger projects," he says.
Out-going president Jose Maria Vasconcelos, known as Taur Matan Ruak, who is aligned with the recently formed People's Liberation Party, has repeatedly spoken out against corruption, last year comparing Xanana and Alkatiri to the former Indonesian dictator Suharto, saying there is "widespread discontent" among the public that their families are benefiting from lucrative government contracts. He said the men, whose families have extensive business interests in the country, had divided power among themselves while crushing any dissent.
Some businesspeople complain they face seemingly endless bureaucratic hurdles, while other companies win dubious but lucrative contacts. Australian businessman Ed Turner says he has left the country after 10 years trying to build its only national airline, Air Timor. The airline has sacked more than 20 Timorese workers and now only flies the Dili to Singapore route twice a week.
East Timor's former finance minister Emilia Pires, who is also an Australian citizen, was allowed to leave the country before a court last year sentenced her to seven years jail on corruption charges, which she is trying to fight through an appeal to a Portuguese court.
Former justice minister Lucia Lobato was also sentenced to five years jail in on corruption charges. Ramos Horta says while he makes no judgment about the guilt of the two former ministers he believes they should have received suspended sentences. The Nobel laureate says there is corruption but insists claims it is rampant at the highest levels of government are exaggerated because of the way the system is set up.
Xanana says East Timor is not yet ready for a transition to a younger generation of leaders in the country where almost two thirds of the population is under 30 years old.
On September 7, , at the height of violence in Dili, a baby was born on a piece of cardboard next to where I was sleeping in the besieged United Nations compound in Dili. His mother Joanna Remejio gave him the middle name of Unamet, the acronym for the United Nations mission that made it possible for , Timorese to vote for their freedom.
I find now year-old Pedro Unamet Remejio painting portraits in his mother's house in a Dili suburb, his passion. I went to motion and managed to pick up the sexiest Timorese girl in the place. It took a bit of work but a false take away got her in the end. I also had oral sex with another Timorese girl I met in the supermarket… She then started stalking me… in one day I had 23 missed calls!
Timorese are surprisingly a boring People given their geographic location and Christianity. But they are actually too religious to be any fun. However there are tons of hot expats and the beaches are fabulous. Got my first threesome there with a Brit and a French girls! They were shitholes, but I got laid there so I […]. Email will not be published required. I took this on Dili beach. Dancing at slum party! How to smuggle drugs across 7 borders in Africa.
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