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The government of Timor Leste made Rich Indonesian businessmen BTK

By December 22, 2020 3996
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Tempotimor (Dili) - According to documents obtained by Tempo Timor from the now non-functioning Government of Timor-Leste procurement portal ( the company owned by an Indonesian national, CARYA TIMOR-LESTE PTY LTD known to people in Dili as BTK, was awarded government contracts valued at 246,134,827 million USD in contracts under government Vendor ID: VJ0113.

Between 2010-2014 Carya Timor-Leste a sole entity was award government forty contracts valued at 124,432,580USD.  2011 was an important year for Carya Timor-Leste – it was given only five contracts but they had a value of a staggering $93,334,563.37.

The details are below.

  1. 05-10-2011 Construction of New Houses (Total 11,140 houses) Timor- Leste MDG Project. (Contract no. RDTL 11004352) $86,898,684.00
  2. 25-08-2011 Construction of Road and Drainage for the Integrated Boarder Posts at Batugade, Salele and Sakato (Contract No. RDTL-11004012) $2,837,998.37
  3. 05-07-2011 Supply of equipment for Postos Integrado fronteira Batugade, Salele e Sakato (Contract No. RDTL-11002608) $312,161.00
  4. 07-06-2011 Rehabilitation and Maintenance of Runway in Comoro, Stage 2 - under agreement/contract no. (RDTL - 11001711) $2,385,720.00
  5. 02-06-2011 Special Contract Continuation Project, Jardim Metinaro for Heroes (Contract No. RDTL - 11005254) $900,000.00

Additionally, in 2012 and 2014 Carya Timor-Leste was awarded four contracts in joint venture with Jonize PTY for a total of 121,702,247USD.  One of these contracts was alone valued at 104,277,543USD for a Millennium Development Goal (MDG) village construction project.  It is well known these MDG village projects were a complete failure.

While many Timorese remain impoverished an Indonesian business man that owns Carya Timor Leste, Frans Holywono, has become extremely wealthy in Timor-Leste. 

Holywono is reported to have had employees involved in drugs in Timor-Leste and was one of the largest political contributors to the CNRT party election campaign in past years.

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