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Militante AMP Nain 9 Kanek Iha Makadiki

Published in Politika
 Kampaña AMP iha Vikeke, Sabádu (05/05). 

VIKEKE – Militante hamutuk nain sia (9) hosi partidu Alliansa Mudansa ba Progresu (AMP) hetan kanek todan, tanba deskonfia hetan atake hosi militante partidu FRETILIN iha suku Makadiki, Vikeke.

Partidu AMP hala’o komisiu iha kampu Vikeke iha loron Sabádu, 5 Maio 2018 ne’ebé partisipa hosi militante tomak iha munisipiu ne’e rasik. Hafoin komisiu ne’e remata, kada militante fila ona ba sira nia hela fatin ida – idak. Militante AMP hosi postu Uatulari bainhira la’o to’o suku Makadiki derepente hetan atake hosi “militante FRETILIN” hodi rezultadu ema nain sira kanek, feto ha’at mane lima no kareta ida mós rahun kedas.    

Insidente ne’e akontese besik hela atividade mini kampaña partidu FRETILIN nian iha suku Makadiki ne’ebé hala’o iha Sabádu, 5 Maio 2018.

Bazeia ba informasaun ne’ebé Tempo Timor asesu katak, iha akontesimentu ne'e vitima sira husu ajuda ba PNTL Uatulari iha fatin akontesementu, infelizmente polisia husik de’it hodi argumenta katak polisia labele atua, tanba massa barak liu. Hafoin ida ne’e mak membru F – FDTL sira mós to’o iha fatin akontesementu hodi tiru sa’e ba leten atu hakalma konflitu ne’ebé akontese entre parte rua. Hosi akontesementu ne’e, membru F – FDTL konsege ka’er tiha ema nain tolu no oras ne’e detein hela iha polisia eskuadra Uatulari nian.

Situasuan ne’e la’ós akontese de’it ba militante AMP nian iha suku Makadiki, maibé akontese mós militante AMP sira seluk bainhira sai hosi Vikeke vila atu ba hala’o tan mini kampaña iha postu Ossu hetan tan ataka (tuda dala rua) hosi grupu deskoñesidu sira inklui tau prigu ba estrada klaran hodi estrada kareta AMP sira nian.

Bainhira to’o postu Ossu, prezidente AMP, Kay Rala Xanana Gusmão atu labele hatan provokasaun hosi partidu seluk ho violensia, maibé tenke tun ba ko’alia didi’ak ho sira hodi nune’e bele evita konflitu.

“Militante AMP mesak ema matenek de’it. Labele hatan provokasaun ho asaun violensia. Tenke mantein paz no estabilidade,” hatete Xanana iha Ossu, Vikeke, Sabádu (05/05).

Atividade kampaña nian sei hala’o iha munisipiu Baukau iha loron Domingo (06/05). (Oki)

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Traballador MM La Fuma Iha Aviaun Laran

Published in Ekonomia
Polisia Unidade Patrulla Fronteira (UPF) hatun hela traballador MM hosi aviaun Air Nort iha loron, Kinta 3 Maio 2018.

DILI – Sekretáriu Estadu Juventude no Traballu (SEJT), Nivio Magalhães rejeita traballador ho naran inisial MM hosi munisipiu Baukau la’ós fuma no baku pramugari iha aviaun laran, maibé traballador ne’e iha problema itoan kona – bá lisan ka kultura iha nia familia uma laran rasik.

Nivio rejeita total informasaun sira ne’ebé espalla iha media sosial (social media) katak problema ne’e nia hun la’ós, tanba baku pramugari no fuma iha aviaun laran, maibé traballador ne’e iha problema itoan ho nia lisan rasik.

Iha loron Kinta, 03 Maio 2018, traballador Timoroan hamutuk nain 24 mak desloka ba Austrália, maibé nain 23 mak ba, no nain ida seluk ho naran inisial MM lakonsege ba, tanba halo problema iha aviaun laran.

“Sira hamutuk nain 24 atu ba serbisu iha Austrália, maibé mosu problema balun akontese iha aviaun Air North laran hanesan hakilar ho lian maka’as hasoru pragamugari sira. nune’e, nia labele halo viajen ba Austrália. Polisia BPU no autoriedade aeroportu hatun tiha nia,” hatete Nivio liuhosi konferensia imprensa iha nia serbisu fatin, Kaikoli – Dili, Sesta (04/05).

Membru governante mai hosi Partidu Demokrátiku (PD) ne’e hatutan, traballador MM nia tuir teste iha tinan 2016. Sira prontu kualker tempu bainhira empreza persija mak sira foin bele tuir tan selesaun ida hodi ba sserbisu iha Australia.

“Rekrutamentu ba MM ne’e via empregu exterior, no mós nia liu hotu hanesan selesaun dokumentu, fiziku ne’ebe hala’o iha tinan 2016. Pasa ho valor D iha teste fiziku,” esplika Nivio.

Iha fulan Outubru tinan 2016, MM tuir kursu lian Ingles iha Lorosa’e English Language Institute (LELI) to’o remata.

“Antes sira ba, sira tuir teste saúde iha klinika Cindranita, rezultadu di’ak katak fizikamente nia saude di’ak, tanba ne’e mak nia priense kriteria atu bele ba serbisu iha Austrália”.

Hafoin akontesementu nee, SEJT Nivio mós hetan ona relatóriu hosi parte imigrasaun no mós dadalia ona ho MM kona – bá problema ne’ebé akontese tiha ona.

“Nia konfesa mai ha’u katak sira hirus malu hela iha sira nia uma lisan,” esplika Nivio.

Trabalador ne’e sei kontinua halo tratamentu saúde, no seidauk iha desijaun final katak nia sei ba Austrália ka la’e.

“Ita hein rezultadu hosi konsultasaun saúde mak ita hare fali, tanba saida mak akontese ne’e nu’udar problema boot ida no afeta tebes ba governu no sira seluk”.

Dadalia entre Nivio ho traballador MM ne’e deklara katak bainhira autoriedade aeroportu no polisia dada sai nia hosi aviaun laran, nia sente buat ida, no foin sente hakfodak bainhira to’o iha edifisiu serbisu imigrasaun nian. (Oki) 

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LISBON - The Sustainable Energy for All Forum opened today in Lisbon, Portugal, with the urge to global leaders that more can be done to ensure no one is left behind in an energy transition aimed at delivering Sustainable Development Goal 7 - access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all.

Hosted by Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL), the Forum is focused on addressing the key challenges in delivering universal energy access to the billion people globally who are still living without basic modern energy services, such as electricity, and the three billion who lack access to clean fuels and technologies for cooking.

Speaking via video message, UN Secretary-General, António Guterres, said: “One billion people still lack electricity. Far more needs to be done to advance renewable and efficient energy in all sectors. From industries to transportation, from cities to rural areas.” He added: “Let us invest in the future, not the past.”

To underpin the urgency needed in addressing the energy access gap, the Forum was the launch platform for the new Tracking SDG7: The Energy Progress Report – a global stock-take on data showcasing progress to energy goals as set out in Sustainable Development Goal 7. The report, which assesses the status of renewable energy, energy efficiency plus access to clean cooking and electricity, was launched during the opening morning by its authors.

The latest data shows that the world remains off track to meet 2030 energy targets at the current rate of progress, but certain countries or trends reveal that progress is being made where political leadership and finance is being prioritized. Renewable energy is making impressive gains in the electricity sector, although these are not being matched in transportation and heating – which together account for 80% of global energy consumption. 

In her opening remarks, Rachel Kyte, CEO of SEforALL, and Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Sustainable Energy for All, called on the Forum to use this latest data as a reality check of the challenge ahead. She said: “The world has committed to leave no one behind. To keep this promise as we move through the energy transition, we need to think differently about how we deliver affordable, reliable and clean energy services. Every year of delay in providing energy access is a lost year, a lost opportunity, for millions of children and their families. Countries cannot afford to leave entire generations behind when there are solutions that deliver affordable, clean energy services today.”

SEforALL has brought together over 800 participants from nearly 100 countries, with 10 Ministerial level speakers joined by CEO’s, investors and civil society leaders. The Forum connects those delivering change, working to increase the scale of impact and to provide a forum to gather the views of practitioners and leaders ahead of the High-Level Political Forum to be held at the UN in July. 

Rachel Kyte added, “The SEforALL Forum is focused on what it will take to reach speed and scale in bringing energy solutions to improve people’s lives. More reliable, affordable, and clean energy lies not only at the heart of people’s energy needs, but also at the heart of job creation, clean air in towns and cities, health care and education. The work of the Forum will support raised ambition from SEforALL’s partners in a global movement that shares a sense of urgency around pushing forward the energy transition.”

A new report, “Levers of Change: How Global Trends Impact Gender Equality and Social Inclusion in Access to Sustainable Energy”, from Sustainable Energy for All and Energia, was also launched during the opening day of the Forum. The report examines the implications of global trends on energy access, gender equality and social inclusion. The report looks at key emerging issues – such as increasing use of mobile money financing and declining decentralized renewable energy technology costs – and the extent to which women are able to leverage these trends so that they can gain access to electricity, clean cooking and other sustainable energy solutions. Read online here.

The Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves also announced Chebet Lesan as the winner of its Woman Entrepreneur of the Year Award. The award program recognizes outstanding female leaders in the household energy sector who are advancing clean cooking solutions in emerging markets. Chebet founded BrightGreen, which produces and processes organic and agro-waste into eco-friendly, cost-cutting charcoal briquettes. (pr)  

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