After the 1999 UN referendum the Militia rampaged across the country, destroying most of the infrastructure in the country, many people were killed and some girls were even kidnapped to becomes "wives"of those militia.
The UN sent thousands of military and police to help restore peace in the country including the Oecusse Unclave. The UN not only restored peace for the country but also created further problems. In one case marrying, impregnating and deserting a woman and child in Oecusse.
An East Timorese woman has been victimised by UN staff and today demands compensation for child support. Ligia "Lily" Nheu is in a struggle with the World Organisation to look after her son Marco. Marco has born as a result of a marriage with a UNPOL in 2003.
Maria Ligia Lily Nheu / Lily, 31 married a UNPOL of Bosnian nationality. Bosnia sent it's police to East Timor to join UN mission and were based in the Oecusse district. "Because of the UNPOL I am now a victim and suffering."
"If UN didn't came I may not suffer like today."
Goran Susnja at 2001 was 22 wearing UN blue beret met Lily (23) an Enclave girl.
According to the witnesses within the UNPOL in Oecusse at the time says Goran was warned not to do so but Goran said he really felt in love with Lily.
In 2001 they go married in Oecusse, "after that we went to Bosnia, I got pregnant, then I came home to give birth, then he abandoned me and leave with me a son."
"This is very hard for me as a single mother."
"I have submitted a complain to UN in regard to my husband."
"I want UN to assume responsiblity and help find a solution for child support including education, housing food etc until he is 18. UN have to help me find a way to look after my son up to 18 years old."
On May 1th Lily went back to UN to meet the UN official from Human Right Unit in UNMIT.
"I have reported to UN in 2006 but received no response, and again in 2008 late December I reported again to Mr. Atul Khare but no result. Last few weeks ago I went to UN Human Rights office to submit my complain and they have my son's document so today I came here to get back the original documents."
"I complain to UN because my estranged ex husband was served as UN staff and he has been as UN staff in Liberia in the last three years, earning a big salary but refusing to take responsibility for his child."
"I want UN to assume some responsiblty for its irresponsible and cruel staff. I can't let this case down. UN must assume some responsiblity because I was married a UN staff. I married under UN flag."
The UN spokesperson Gyorgy Kakuk rejected to comment on the specific case of involvement a Bosnian UNPOL.
According to another source of Tempo Semanal within the UN,"there are many more cases like Lily's."
Please read more detail on next week edition of Tempo Semanal.