Josefa Kai-bete, a female candidate in Timor-Leste\\\'s Second National Village Council (sucos) elections of 9 October, shows her registration card before casting her vote. The elections, which are supervised by the United Nations Integrated Mission in Timor-Leste (UNMIT), are held simultaneously in 442 sucos across the country. Candidates are vying for positions as village chiefs and members of village councils for the first time since the first round of village elections in 2004 and 2005. More »

A smiling Timorese casts his vote at the Second National Village Council (sucos) elections of 9 October while an election worker looks on. The elections, which are supervised by the United Nations Integrated Mission in Timor-Leste (UNMIT), are held simultaneously in 442 sucos across the country. Candidates are vying for positions as village chiefs and members of village councils for the first time since the first round of village elections in 2004 and 2005. 9/Oct/2009. Dili, Timor-Leste. UN Photo/Martine Perret. www.unmultimedia.org/photo/ More »

Election workers counting votes at the Second National Village Council (sucos) elections of 9 October in Dili, Timor-Leste. The elections, which are supervised by the United Nations Integrated Mission in Timor-Leste (UNMIT), are held simultaneously in 442 sucos across the country. Candidates are vying for positions as village chiefs and members of village councils for the first time since the first round of village elections in 2004 and 2005. 9/Oct/2009. Dili, Timor-Leste. UN Photo/Martine Perret. www.unmultimedia.org/photo/ More »

An election worker counting votes at the Second National Village Council (sucos) elections of 9 October in Dili, Timor-Leste. The elections, which are supervised by the United Nations Integrated Mission in Timor-Leste (UNMIT), are held simultaneously in 442 sucos across the country. Candidates are vying for positions as village chiefs and members of village councils for the first time since the first round of village elections in 2004 and 2005. 9/Oct/2009. Dili, Timor-Leste. UN Photo/Martine Perret. www.unmultimedia.org/photo/ More »

A Timorese casts her vote in the 9 October Second National Village Council elections under the watchful eyes of an election worker. The elections, which are supervised by the United Nations Integrated Mission in Timor-Leste (UNMIT), are held simultaneously in 442 sucos across the country. Candidates are vying for positions as village chiefs and members of village councils for the first time since the first round of village elections in 2004 and 2005. 9/Oct/2009. Dili, Timor-Leste. UN Photo/Martine Perret. www.unmultimedia.org/photo/ More »

 

Kapasitasaun Ba Funsionarius STAE Iha Area Administrasaun

Iha loron 19 to’o loron 20 fulan Febreiru 2013, hala’o treinamentu  ba funsionariu (Secretáriado Técnico da Administração Eleitoral (STAE) ninian iha salaun STAE nasional Caicoli-Dili.

Formasaun ne’e partisipa husi funcionarios STAE Nasional no mos Funcionarios STAE distrito Dili hamotuk nain sanulu resin hitu(17).

objectivo husi formasaun refere atu  bele aumenta konhesimentu  funsionarius sira nian iha area Administrasaun, hanesan oinsa atu hatene etika servisu, Arquivo,  elebora karta ou dokumentus,  no mos  atu hatene klean tan kona-ba regulamentus no prosedimentus nebe’e iha STAE.

Dia das Eleições Presidenciais em Timor-Leste

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13 de Janeiro de 2012 – às 17:30 o Presidente da República José Ramos-Horta assinou o decreto presidencial e anunciou o dia 17 de Março de 2012 como a data da Eleição Presidencial de 2012. No seu discurso, S.E. referiu que em caso de empate, uma segunda volta teria lugar na terceira semana de Abril de 2012.

Hala’o Formasaun ho Naran “Resolução Disputa Eleitoral” lha STAE

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18 Janeiru 2012- ohin iha sede Secretariado Tecnico Administração Eleitoral Dili, hala’o serimoniu enseramentu formasaun BRIDGE Pro-PALOP I TL ho topiku, Resolução Disputa Eleitoral” nebe’e hala’o ona durante loron tolu, hahu husi loron 16 to’o loron 18 fulan Janeiru 2012.

Kursu ne’e partisipa husi kordenadores STAE distritu 13 no prokuradores distritais sira. objectivu husi kursu ne’e atu hetan rezolusaun ba senáriu disputa nia balun iha área eleitoral.

Governu Japaun Kontribui Ba Aktividades STAE Iha Eleisaun Geral 2012

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Dili, Loron, 05 Fulan Janeiru 2012 – Secretariado Técnico de Administração Eleitoral (STAE), simu apoiu ekipamentus hanesan Laptop, Printers, External HD, vidio projetor + Screen, Generators no ekipamentus electroniku seluk tan husi Governu Japaun.

Serimoniu ba entrega materiais hirak ne’e hala’o iha salaun enkontru STAE nebe’e konta mos ho prezensa husi Adjunto director-geral STAE, Elviro Fernandes Moniz, Embaixador Japaun iha Timor-Leste,Yoshitaka Hanada, Adjuntu Representante Espesial Nasaun Unidas iha area Governasaun, Desenvolvimentu no koordensaun Umanitaria. Finn Reske-Nielsen, no mos asesores internasionais no funsionarius STAE sira.

Reflesaun Nasional Husi STAE

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Dili , Loron 29 fulan Dezembru 2011, hala’o reflesaun nasional kona-ba lala’ok servisu STAE ninian durante tinan 2011, aktividades reflesaun ida ne’e hala’o durante loron ida nebe’e hola fatin iha sala konferensia STAE nasional.

Reflesaun ida ne’e involve funsionarius STAE nasional no mos funsionarius STAE distritu 13 hamutuk ho UNV’s nasionais no asesores STAE sira.