Sunday, 10 January 2010

Getting Tough on Corruption

Timor Leste President, Jose Ramos Horta, says corruption is rampant in the the government ministries responsible for Customs, Procurement, Public Works and Rice Distribution. He promises to get tough on corruption in 2010. Interview: Bruce Honeywill, narrated by Jose Belo.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

ne sa presidente husi uluk too agora mak hatene maka bla..bla..bla..bla..bla..mka barak!!resultado, beo beo maka barak mas koruptor sira buras no nafunan ba nafatin hodi fo tan fuan!! karik fuan tebar too presidente rasik mos kuu ba han fahe malu tan aifuan husi korupsaun nian. nee maka ema bolu no action talk only - NATO sira!! koalia hansa nee para ita labele dehan maling teriak maling!!

Anonymous said...

glad to hear you are worried about corruption that eating up this country's moralle....the bloody midlemen-business such as in Iliomar. what's next, Mr. President?????....show us more result, not simply soothing words....

Ricardo said...

Não percebo qual a língua de timor.Não ha nenhum jornal em português em Timor??

TEMPO SEMANAL said...

For Mr. Ricardo

We are not Portuges any more. The East Timor Constituent Asembly adopted the Colonial Portugues language as our Official language which only spoke by very small percentage.
We can't speak portugues language at all. We don't want language as a problem. For us the most important things is our story reach widelly to our oudience world wide. For us Tempo Semanal is 90% publish in Tetun and 5% in English. For Us Portugues is the 450 year bad dream for our ancestors.