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Tempotimor (Dili)-Ekipa konjunta ne’ebé kompostu husi Ministériu Públiku, Serbisu Investigasaun Kriminal Nasionál (SIKN), PSIK no parte intelijensia konsege deteta no prende droga tipu sabu kilograma 3 liu grama 253 iha aeroportu internasional Nicolau Lobato Komoro, Dili.

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Bellow is full speech of East Timor Prime Minister, Taur Matan Ruak during presentation State budget to National Parliament. 

I have the honour, on behalf of the VIII Constitutional Government, to present to the National Parliament, the Major Chamber of the Democratic Representation of our People, the draft law that approves the State General Budget and the Social Security Budget for the current year 2020.

On this occasion, I would like to acknowledged and thank the efforts that have been made by all public administration leaders and officials, as well as by Your Excellencies Members of the Government and by the Honourable Members of the National Parliament, in order to prepare and enable the discussion of this draft law, that begins today, and whose approval is absolutely crucial for the proper functioning of our Public Administration and for the growth of our national economy.

As national policy makers, we know well and we cannot ignore the dire consequences that prolonged period of duodecimal budget execution had on our economy, and which desirably should not be repeated again.

It was aware of the urgent need to provide the State with a Budget capable in responding to the demands of our society and our economy, and in fully respect of the constitutional powers of the National Parliament, that the Government withdrew the draft budget law presented on last October, replacing it with the one that is today submitted for discussion.

The decision to withdraw the previous draft budget law for 2020, and to recast it, in accordance with the recommendations approved by the various parliamentary committees, was not taken lightly, and was nevertheless concerned to ensure the preservation of political stability and the approval of a State General Budget for 2020, commitments made by the majority of elected Deputies to this legislature in 2018 and by the members of the VIII Constitutional Government in the elections held in 2018.

It was due to the obligation to respect the commitments made to our People that the Government withdrew its draft budget law and presented a new law proposal, able to address the concerns of the National Parliament and to respond positively to their recommendations. 

In an increasingly unstable and uncertain international context, concerns about political stability and the creation of national conditions for an environment conducive to economic growth and social welfare are of even greater importance.

Despite the criticisms and repairs that have been made by many of the Parliament members to the Government, and which I consider legitimate in the context of a frank and democratic political debate, I can only express my satisfaction and pride at many of the Government's achievements during the fiscal year ended recently.

In fact, and despite the limitations arising from the fact that the VIII Constitutional Government has not yet been fully appointed and sworn in by the President of the Republic, a political situation unparalleled in any previous moment of our history, a situation that causes serious constraints on government action, there are signs of recovery and acceleration of the economic growth, namely through the realization of non-oil real GDP growth estimated at around 4% (four per cent) in 2019 and about 6% (six per cent) for the current year 2020.

These results are not of minor importance if we bear in mind that in 2017 and 2018 the non-oil real GDP was, respectively, -3.8% (minus three point eight per cent) and - 0.8% (minus zero-point eight percent). 

The growth of the Non-oil real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2019 was thus the biggest one registered since the year 2014, when it reached 4.5% (four-point five percent), that is, was the highest in the last nearly five years.

To this registered increase, the growth of public and private consumption has greatly contributed to, and it is estimated that in 2019, the first one represents about US $ 971 million (nine hundred and seventy-one million) dollars and the second one represents about US $ 1,054 million (one billion and fifty-four million) dollars.

Compared to previous years, it is noted that the estimated values of public and private consumption, estimated for the end of 2019, were the highest recorded since 2016 and represents, in relation to the year 2018, a growth of about US $ 124 million. (one hundred and twenty-four million) dollars.

Investment also contributed positively to the growth of our real Gross Domestic Product (GDP), and it is estimated that in 2019 it represents around US $ 544 million (five hundred and forty-four million dollars), of which US $147 million (One hundred and forty-seven million dollars) refers to private investment and $ 397 million (three hundred and ninety-seven million dollars) to public investment. 

The total amount of investment estimated to have taken place over the past year of 2019 is similar to that recorded in 2017, far from the US $ 653 million (six hundred and fifty-three million) dollars invested during 2016. However, and this detail is not irrelevant, public investment in 2016 amounted to $ 527 million (five hundred and twenty seven million) dollars, representing about 80.7% (eighty point seven percent) of the total investment, and private investment stood at US $ 126 million (one hundred and twenty-six million) dollars, representing no more than about 19.3% (nineteen point three percent) of the total amount of investment. 

However, during the last year, private investment grew by about $21 million (twenty-one million) compared to 2016, representing around 27% (twenty-seven per cent) of the total investment made in our economy. Moreover, it should be noted that, while in 2016 private investment growth accounted for about $20 million (twenty million), compared to 2018 estimated private investment growth at approximately $77 million (seventy-seven million dollars).

In addition to contributing positively to the growth of our real Gross Domestic Product (GDP), the positive evolution in private consumption and private investment reflects the confidence that households and businesses have in our economy and its continuous economic growth.

Despite the positive signs and results, to which I have had the opportunity to refer, the Government is aware of the need to take measures to boost our export sector, ensuring its increasing preponderance in our real GDPs’ growth. 

Despite the positive results that have been achieved in the area of ​​private investment, the Government is aware that the State remains the main driver of economic growth and development, and that is responsible for ensuring access to justice, social inclusion, peace and tolerance, protection of the most vulnerable social groups, equal opportunities and gender equality. 

By being absolutely determined to honour the political and constitutional obligations of the State, the Government intends to continue the execution of the Strategic Development Plan SDP 2011-2030 and the 2030 Roadmap for the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), for this purpose, mobilizing, the most dynamic sectors of our society, as well as the fulfilment of the goals set by the Government in its Program for the current legislature, in order to achieve the development and well-being of the people.

The Government is aware that the implementation of the strategies provided in these documents and the achievement of the objectives set forth in them, depends, largely, on the political will of the sovereign bodies. However, the Government also believes that the success of this implementation will depends on the mobilization of our citizens, our local communities and our business sector.

Building an increasingly prosperous, just and perfect country depends on our ability to be deeply involved in the ongoing national development process, but also on our ability to engage each and every one of our citizens in that process, ensuring that no Timorese is left behind, in the access to the benefits provided by the development of our beloved Homeland, but also that none is excluded from the responsibility to help build the present and future of our Republic. 

Only with the efforts of all and only with the sharing of results for all, can we aspire to build a richer, prosperous, cohesive and fraternal country, able to value its most important potential available, namely its citizens. 

It is therefore urgent that we continue to focus on enhancing the human potential of our People by enhancing their literacy levels and increasing their professional skills, thereby improving their opportunity to earn decent jobs.

It is also imperative to boost the private and cooperative sectors, especially their investment and wealth creation capacities, namely through easier access to credit, making their dynamics progressively less dependent on public spending and increasing their capacity to create more and better jobs, especially for Timorese younger generations, who are still struggling with the still very serious scourge of unemployment, regardless of more qualified and competent they are.

Action must be taken to strengthen the cohesion of our territory, blurring the existing asymmetries between rural and urban areas and between the city of Dili and the other municipalities of our Country, ensuring access for all citizens to the benefits of economic growth and development, regardless of where they live with their families and creating the conditions for them, through their work or business, to contribute to the country’s wealth growth.

It is urgent to reinforce the means of support and social protection for the most socially vulnerable groups, in order to guarantee and promote the dignity of all Timorese who, due to any misfortune of physical, cognitive or advanced age, cannot provide livelihood for themselves under minimally satisfactory conditions.

The Government is deeply convinced that our People demands a determined intervention on their part which, supported by a realistic budget, will allow them to take actions capable of meeting those unavoidable goals and, similarly, respond to the problems that are being experienced by the citizens, like access to water and sanitation, better roads, better healthcare facilities and better educational and pre-school establishments, as well as access to greater and better employment or business opportunities. 

In this regard, and in order to reconcile the need to respond to the most pressing needs of our People with the need to ensure respect for the recommendations made by the various parliamentary committees on the 2020 budget proposal, the Government has presented for discussion and approval by Parliament National, a proposal for a State General Budget for 2020 with an estimated expenditure of US$ 1,668 million (one billion, six hundred and sixty-eight million) dollar and estimated revenue of US$ 1,765 million (one billion, seven hundred and sixty-five million) dollars.

In relation to the expenditure budget, the Government proposes to the National Parliament that of the US$ 1.668 millions (one billion six hundred and sixty-eight million) dollars: US$ 235.6 millions (two hundred thirty five millions and six hundred thousand) dollars are allocated in the category of “Salaries and Wages”; US$ 582.3 millions (five hundred eighty two millions, and three hundred thousand) dollars are allocated to the “Goods and Services” category; US$ 329.7 millions (three hundred twenty-nine millions, and seven hundred thousand) dollars are allocated to the category of “Public Transfers”; US$ 31.5 millions (thirty one million five hundred thousand) dollars are allocated to the “Minor Capital” category; and US$ 488.8 millions (four hundred eighty-eight millions, and eight hundred thousand) dollars are allocated to the “Development Capital” category. 

Regarding to the revenue budget, the Government intends to obtain authorization from the National Parliament to transfer the amount of US$ 996.5 million (nine hundred and ninety-six million, and five hundred thousand) dollars from the Petroleum Fund to the State Budget, of which US$ 536.8 millions (five hundred and thirty six million, and eight hundred thousand) dollars does not exceed the Estimated Sustainable Income (ESI) for that Fund and US$ 459.7 millions (four hundred and fifty-nine millions, and seven hundred thousand) dollars will be transferred already above the Estimated Sustainable Income (ESI).

However, I would like to point out that the amount of the transfer of the Petroleum Fund above the Estimated Sustainable Income (ESI) is less than the amount of expenditure categorized as “Development Capital”, which is related to sustainable investments, able to meet the needs not only of the current generation of East Timorese, but also for the future generations, as well as the country’s needs for the economic dynamization and diversification on the medium and long term. 

Still concerning to the revenue budget, the Government estimates to raise US$ 433,9 millions (four hundred and thirty-three million and nine hundred thousand) dollars in none-oil revenue; US$ 7,5 millions (seven million and five hundred thousand) dollars in donations; and US$ 73 millions (seventy-three million) dollars as a result of loans

Finally, and bearing in mind the degree of implementation of the last State General Budget, which reached 88.2% (eighty-eight-point two percent), the Government expects that the balance of the US$ 254,3 millions (two hundred fifty-four million, and three hundred thousand) dollars, will be transferred to the new budget. 

The budget proposal that is the subject of the debate that is starting today was based on the document presented to the National Parliament on October 15th, 2019, adjusted according to the recommendations that were generically formulated by the various parliamentary committees on the same document, over the months of October and November.

As I had previously mentioned before this chamber, governing is a complex and demanding exercise in itself, which obliges public officials to take decisions, namely decisions related to the use of public funds, which if cannot please all, should always seek to serve the public interest or the general interest of our National Community. 

It was faithful to this understanding, and in pursuing the goals and objectives that was outlined in its Program for the current legislature, that the Government established for the current fiscal year a set of five priorities or strategic axes of action, guiding the decision to allocate resources for Public investments, namely: (1) social capital – social well-being, social protection and citizenship; (2) economic development - investment of the country’s economy and public finances; (3) improvement of national connectivity; (4) consolidating and strengthening of justice, democracy and human rights. (5) consolidation and strengthening of justice, democracy and human rights.

Among the budgetary measures that the Government proposes to the National Parliament for the current fiscal year, regarding social capital – social well-being, social protection and citizenship, I have the honour to highlight the allocation of: 

  • US$ 4,9 millions (four million nine hundred thousand) dollars to purchase medicines to improve the quality of health services provided in the country;
  • US$ 91,4 millions (ninety-one million four hundred thousand) dollars for pension payments and housing construction for veterans;
  • US$ 41,3 millions (forty-one million three hundred thousand) dollars to cover the State’s responsibilities under the contributory and non-contributory regime;
  • US$ 15,2 millions (fifteen million two hundred thousand) dollars for the provision of pension to the permanent civil servants under the contributory regime; 
  • US$ 4,3 millions (four million three hundred thousand) dollars to support various sporting events and youth activities throughout the year;
  • US$ 800,000 (eight hundred thousand) dollars for grants to private schools and C.A.F.E. schools;
  • US$ 500,000 (five hundred thousand) dollars for employment programs;
  • US$ 3,2 million (three million two hundred thousand) dollars to the purchase of desks, chairs and computers for schools;
  • US$ 1,7 millions (one million seven hundred thousand) dollars for the purchase of ambulances, multipurpose vehicles for monitoring and evaluation actions;
  • US$ 61 millions (sixty-one million) dollars, for the construction of the health centres and clinics.

Among the budgetary measures that the Government proposes to the National Parliament for the current fiscal year, regarding economic development - investment of the economy and public finances of the country, I would like to highlight the allocation of:

  • US$ 166,4 millions (one hundred and sixty-six million, four hundred thousand) dollars to pay for fuel and maintenance of electric generators in Hera and Betano, including maintenance of electrical transmission towers and substations in seven key locations;
  • US$ 2,1 millions (two million one hundred thousand) dollars for the Timor-Leste’s participation in the Dubai Expo;
  • US$ 1 million (one million) dollars for the international events of the Portuguese Speaking Countries Community (CPLP) and the twelfth edition of the CPLP Sports Games, to be held in 2020 in Timor-Leste;
  • US$ 63,8 millions (sixty-three million, and eight hundred thousand) dollars to invest in the development of Timor Gap
  • US$ 22,6 millions (twenty-two million, six hundred thousand) dollars to support the National Petroleum and Mineral Authority (ANPM), Timor Gap and Institute of Petroleum and Geology (IPG) so as to ensure that Timor-Leste benefits the most from its natural resources;
  • US$ 4,0 millions (four million) dollars to recapitalize the Central Bank of Timor-Leste (BCTL) and pay for its service fees;
  • US$ 1 million (one million) dollars for the recapitalization of the Timor-Leste National Bank of Commerce; 
  • US$ 1 million (one million) dollars to subsidize cooperative groups;
  • US$ 250,000 (two hundred and fifty thousand) dollars intended to provide capital to rural women to promote female entrepreneurship
  • US$ 4,0 millions (four million) dollars for the purchase of computer equipment for a back-up data centre, X-Ray equipment and metal detectors;
  • US$ 3,4 millions (three million four hundred thousand) dollars for the purchase of heavy vehicles
  • US$ 238,3 millions (two hundred and thirty-eight million and three hundred thousand) dollars for the Infrastructure Fund, namely for the construction of an excellence training centre.

Among the fiscal measures that the Government proposes to the National Parliament for the current fiscal year, in terms of improving national connectivity, I have the honour to highlight the allocation of:

  • US$ 31.1 millions (thirty-one million one hundred thousand) dollars for the counterpart fund, including expenses with the purchase of ships to patrol the maritime borders and the purchase of the Nakroma II ferry;
  • US$ 3.0 millions (three million) dollars for new provisions for civil aviation.

Among the fiscal measures that the Government proposes to the National Parliament for the current fiscal year, regarding the consolidation and strengthening of defence, security and external relations, I would like to highlight the allocation of:

  • US$ 2.8 millions (two million eight hundred thousand) dollars for the payment of quotas in international institutions;
  • US$ 1.5 millions (one million five hundred thousand) dollars for the g7 + secretariat;
  • US$ 800,000 (eight hundred thousand) dollars for international financial support
  • US$ 1.8 millions (one million eight hundred thousand) dollars for the purchase of protective and communications equipment for the Ministry of Defence;
  • US$ 800,000 (eight hundred thousand) dollars for the purchase of protective equipment for the Timor-Leste National Police;
  • US$ 900,000 (nine hundred thousand) dollars for the recruitment of 600 (six hundred) new members for the East Timor Defence Forces (F-FDTL).

Finally, among the fiscal measures that the Government proposes to the National Parliament for the current fiscal year, regarding the consolidation and strengthening of justice, democracy and human rights, I have the honour to highlight the allocation of:

  • US$ 6.0 millions (six million) dollars to subsidize political parties and thus continue to strengthen the democratic process in East Timor. 
  • US$ 4.0 millions (four million) dollars for the construction of Becora and Aimutin Churches, as well as Protestant temples, as well as to support Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs);
  • US$ 1.7 millions (one million seven hundred thousand) dollars to subsidise Radio and television of Timor-Leste (RTTL) and Tatoli – Timor-Leste News Agency.

I would also like to take this opportunity to call on the support of the National Parliament for the fiscal measures proposed by the Government to deepen the process of administrative decentralization, which include the allocation of:

  • US$ 3.0 millions (three million) dollars to fill the vacancies in the staff maps of the Municipal Authorities and the Municipal Administrations;
  • US$ 9.4 millions (nine million four hundred thousand) dollars for the financing of multiple projects promoted by Municipal Authorities and Municipal Administrations, namely within the scope of Municipal Integrated Development Planning (PDIM/MIDP).

The Government remains faithful to its political and constitutional commitment to implement administrative decentralization, and for this purpose, it has set a timetable that calls for, during this year, to start a process of assessing the existence of minimum conditions for the establishment of municipal authorities.

The fiscal measures I have just briefly highlighted reflect well the Government's effort to develop a budget proposal for the current fiscal year, which is able to establish the necessary balance and compromise between meeting the program objectives we set ourselves and, at the same time, beware of Parliament's concerns about the sustainability of the oil fund and the quality of public spending.

Naturally, the Government would like to have more financial resources to have a greater capacity to act in order to promote the welfare and quality of life of the Timorese families, as well as to boost our national productive sector. However, aware of the importance of providing the State, as quickly as possible, with a budget that ensures its normal financial activity, the Government presents a more conservative budget proposal, convinced that it will thus respond to the most immediate needs of our country’s economic and social sectors and will meet the necessary conditions for its parliamentary viability and presidential promulgation.

As usual, the document which I have the honour to present to you today is a document which can be improved and refined, which can only be achieved as a result of a fruitful dialogue between the Members of my Government and all the Honourable Members of National Parliament, taking place over the next few days.

I strongly believe that, together, the Government and National Parliament will be able to debate and find solutions that offer concrete answers to the real problems of our citizens, boost our economy and consolidate our democracy.

As in the past, only by uniting and mobilizing all Timorese will it be possible to overcome the challenge of development and leave to future generations a prosperous, just and caring homeland for all Timorense.

For an increasingly modern, developed and prosperous Timor-Leste!        

May God bless us all!

Thank you.


Taur Matan Ruak

East Timor Prime Minister


Published in News in English

Tempotimor (Dili)-Deklarasaun Primeiru Ministru Taur Matan Ruak kona-ba orsamentu millaun $61 ba konstrusaun postu saúde iha Timor Leste tomak hamosu kritika husi deputadu bankada FRETILIN tanba konsidera PM Taur fó sai lia-bosok.

Published in Politika
Wednesday, 15 January 2020 18:32

Projetu 143 Kontinua Kria Konfuzaun

Tempotimor (Dili) - Destinu pagamentu ba projetu emerjénsia hamutuk 143 ne'ebé fahe iha tempu kampaiña 2007 kontinua hamosu konfuzaun.

Published in Ekonomia
Wednesday, 15 January 2020 18:22

PD : Membru AMP La Konsisten

Tempotimor (Dili) - Membru koligasaun Aliansa Mudansa ba Progresu (AMP) hahú hatudu daudaun ona sinal nakfera.

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Tempotimor (Dili) - Asegura tasi Timor husi peska ilegal no fasilita pasajeiru Oekusi no Atauru, maka governu deside hodi aloka osan hamutuk tokon $31.1 hodi sosa Ró Nakroma II no ró patrulla.

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Mai ita akompana hamutuk diskursu furak hosi Primeiru-Ministru Taur Matan Ruak kompletu, iha karaik ne’e:

Ho onra boot maka ha’u, lori Governu Konstitusionál VIII nia naran, aprezenta ba Parlamentu Nasionál, kámara magna husi reprezentasaun demokrátika ita-nia Povu nian, proposta lei ne’ebé aprova Orsamentu Jerál Estadu no Orsamentu Seguransa Sosiál nian ba tinan 2020 ida-ne’e.

Iha oportunidade ida-ne’e, ha’u hakarak rekonhese no agradese esforsu hirak ne’ebé dirijente no funsionáriu sira administrasaun públika nian tomak hala’o ona, nune’e mós husi Exelénsias Senhores Membrus Governu no husi Ilustre Deputadu sira iha Parlamentu Nasionál, atubele prepara no viabiliza diskusaun proposta lei ne’ebé ohin hahú no ne’ebé ninia aprovasaun importante tebe-tebes ba funsionamentu di’ak husi ita-nia Administrasaun Públika no ba kreximentu husi ita-nia ekonomia nasionál. 

Nu’udar responsavel polítiku nasionál sira, ita hatene didi’ak no ita labele ignora konsekuénsia ladi’ak sira ne’ebé mosu ona husi períodu naruk ezekusaun orsamentál iha rejime duodesimál ba ita-nia ekonomia no ita hein katak sei labele akontese fali tan. 

Tanba konxiente kona-ba nesesidade ne’ebé urjente atu fó ba Estadu orsamentu ida ne’ebé bele responde ba ezijénsia sira husi ita-nia sosiedade no ita-nia ekonomia, no ho respeitu tomak ba kompeténsia konstitusionál sira Parlamentu Nasionál nian, maka Governu dada fila-fali ona proposta lei orsamentál ne’ebé aprezenta ona iha fulan-outubru liubá, no substitui proposta refere ho ida ne’ebé ohin submete ona hodi halo diskusaun. 

Desizaun atu dada fila-fali proposta lei orsamentál ba tinan 2020 nian anteriór no hodi reformula proposta ne’e tuir rekomendasaun sira ne’ebé aprova ona husi komisaun parlamentár oioin la’ós foti nune’e de’it no iha desizaun ne’e fó mós importánsia ba preokupasaun atu garante prezervasaun ba estabilidade polítika no aprovasaun Orsamentu Jerál Estadu ba tinan 2020, kompromisu sira ne’ebé asume ona iha tinan 2018 husi maioria Deputadu sira ne’ebé eleitu iha lejizlatura ida-ne’e no husi membru sira Governu Konstitusionál VIII nian iha eleisaun ne’ebé hala’o ona iha tinan 2018.

Tanba devér atu respeita ba kompromisu sira ne’ebé asume ona ba ita-nia Povu maka Governu dada fila-fali ona ninia proposta lei orsamentál no aprezenta ona proposta lejizlativa foun, ne’ebé bele simu preokupasaun sira husi Parlamentu Nasionál no bele hatán loloos ba ninia rekomendasaun sira. 

Iha kontestu internasionál ne’ebé la estavel no laiha serteza liután, preokupasaun ho estabilidade polítika no kriasaun kondisaun nasionál sira ba ambiente ida-ne’ebé favoravel ba kreximentu ekonómiku no ba moris-di’ak sosiál maka asume importánsia boot liután. 

Maske iha krítika no buat balun ne’ebé Senhores Deputadus barak halo ona identifika ona no hato’o ba Governu, no ha’u konsidera lejítimu iha kuadru debate polítiku ne’ebé onestu no demokrátiku, ha’u labele husik hodi manifesta ha’u-nia satisfasaun no orgullu ba rezultadu barak ne’ebé Governu ne’e alkansa ona durante tinan fiskál ne’ebé foin remata ona.

Tanba ne’e, no maske limitasaun ne’ebé mosu tanba membru Governu Konstitusionál VIII seidauk hetan nomeasaun no pose hotu husi Senhor Prezidente Repúblika, situasaun polítika ne’ebé laiha paralelu iha momentu sira uluk husi ita-nia istória, no ne’ebé kauza obstákulu boot tebes ba asaun governativa, maske nune’e, ita bele haree sinál sira rekuperasaun no aselerasaun ba kreximentu ekonómiku, liuliu liuhusi konstatasaun ba kreximentu PIB reál naun petrolíferu, ne’ebé ita prevee besik 4% (pursentu haat) iha tinan 2019 no besik 6% (pursentu neen) ba tinan 2020 ida-ne’e. 

Rezultadu hirak ne’e la’ós resultado ne’ebé la iha importánsia karik ita haree katak iha tinan 2017 no 2018 PIB reál naun petrolíferu maka, maizumenus -3,8% (menus tolu vírgula porsentu ualu) no -0,8% (menus zeru vírgula porsentu ualu).

Nune’e, kreximentu husi Produtu Internu Brutu (PIB) real naun petrolíferu iha tinan 2019 maka ida-ne’ebé boot liu ne’ebé maka rejista ona dezde tinan 2014, bainhira atinje tiha 4,5% (porsentu haat vírgula lima), ka bele dehan katak, ida-ne’ebé boot liu iha besik tinan lima ikus ne’e nia laran. 

Ba kreximentu ne’ebé maka rejista ona, aumentu husi konsumu públiku no konsumu privadu kontribui maka’as, no ami prevee katak, iha tinan 2019, konsumu públiku reprezenta kuaze US$ millaun 971 (dolar amerikanu millaun atus sia hitunulu-resin-ida) no konsumu privadu reprezenta kuaze US$ millaun 1.054 (dolar amerikanu millaun rihun ida limanulu-resin-haat).

Kompara ho tinan hirak liubá, bele haree katak valór husi konsumu públiku no privadu, ne’ebé mak prevee ba iha finál 2019 nian, maka konsumu hirak ne’ebé boot liu, ne’ebé rejista dezde tinan 2016 no reprezenta ona, kompara ho 2018, kreximentu ida kuaze US$ millaun 124 (dolar amerikanu millaun atus ida ruanulu-resin-haat).

Investimentu ne’e mós kontribui ona, ho forma pozitiva, ba kreximentu husi ita-nia Produtu Internu Brutu (PIB) real, no ita prevee katak iha 2019 investimentu sei reprezenta kuaze US$ millaun 544 (dolar amerikanu millaun atus lima haatnulu-resin-haat), no husi valór ida-ne’e, US$ millaun 147 (dolar amerikanu millaun atus ida haatnulu-resin-hitu) refere ba investimentu privadu no US$ millaun 397 (dolar amerikanu atus tolu sianulu-resin-hitu) refere ba investimentu públiku. 

Valór totál husi investimentu ne’ebé prevee, ne’ebé halo tiha ona durante tinan 2019 ninia valór hanesan ho sira ne’ebé maka rejista ona iha 2017, dook husi US$ millaun 653 (dolar amerikanu millaun atus neen limanulu-resin-tolu) ne’ebé investe ona iha 2016

Maske nune’e, no detalle ida-ne’e relevante tebes, investimentu públiku iha 2016 hamutuk maka totál US$ millaun 527 (dolar amerikanu millaun atus lima ruanulu-resin-hitu) ne’ebé maka reprezenta kuaze 80,7% (porsentu ualunulu vírgula hitu) husi valór totál investimentu nian, no investimentu privadu fixa ona iha US$ millaun 126 (dolar amerikanu millaun atus ida ruanulu-resin-neen), ne’ebé maka reprezenta maizumenus porsentu 19,3% (porsentu sanulu-resin-sai vírgula tolu) husi valór totál investimentu nian.

Maibé, durante tinan ikus ne’e, investimentu privadu sa’e, kompara ho tinan 2016, kuaze US$ millaun 21 (dolar amerikanu millaun ruanulu-resin-ida), ne’ebé reprezenta kuaze 27% (porsentu ruanulu-resin-hitu) husi valór totál investimentu ne’ebé hala’o ita-nia ekonomia. Ida-ne’e hakarak hatete katak, iha sorin ida, kreximentu husi investimentu privadu, kompara ho tinan 2016, reprezenta kuaze US$ millaun 20 (dolar amerikanu millaun ruanulu), iha sorin seluk, kompara ho tinan 2018, kreximentu husi investimentu privadu estimadu maizumenus US$ millaun 77 (dolar amerikanu millaun hitunulu-resin-hitu).

Aleinde kontribui pozitivamente ba kreximentu husi ita-nia Produtu Internu Brutu (PIB) real, evolusaun pozitiva ne’ebé rejista ona iha nivel konsumu privadu no investimentu privadu reflete mós konfiansa ne’ebé maka família no empreza sira iha ba ita-nia ekonomia no ba kontinuasaun husi kreximentu ekonomia ne’e rasik. 

Maske sinál no rezultadu pozitivu sira ne’ebé maka ha’u iha oportunidade atu hato’o, Governu hanoin katak iha nesesidade atu adota medida hirak-ne’ebé dudu ita-nia setór esportadór, hodi garante katak setór ne’e sai importante liután ba ita-nia Produtu Internu Brutu (PIB) real.

Maske rezultadu pozitivu sira ne’ebé alkansa ona iha domíniu investimentu privadu nian, Governu hatene katak Estadu kontinua sai implusionadór prinsipál ba kreximentu no dezenvolvimentu ekonómiku, no katak Estadu sei kontinua hanesan responsavel hodi asegura asesu ba justisa, ba inkluzaun sosiál, ba dame no toleránsia, ba protesaun ba grupu sosiál sira ne’ebé vulneravel liu, ba igualdade oportunidades no ba igualdade jéneru nian.

Governu, tanba iha determinasaun boot atu kumpre obrigasaun polítika no konstitusionál sira ne’ebé kompete ba Estadu, hakarak fó kontinuidade ba ezekusaun Planu Estratéjiku Dezenvolvimentu PED tinan 2011-2030 no ba Roteiru 2030 kona-ba implementasaun Objetivu Dezenvolvimentu Sustentavel (ODS), hodi mobiliza, ba efeitu ne’e, setór sira ne’ebé dinámiku liu husi ita-nia sosiedade, no mós hodi kumpre meta sira ne’ebé Governu propoin iha ninia Programa ba lejizlatura ne’e, atubele alkansa dezenvolvimentu no moris-di’ak populasaun nian sira.  

Governu hatene katak implementasaun husi estratéjia sira ne’ebé prevee iha dokumentu hirak-ne’e, no konkretizasaun husi objetivu sira ne’ebé defende iha dokumentu sira-ne’e, depende, liuliu, ba vontade polítika órgaun soberania sira nian. Maibé, iha konviksaun katak susesu implementasaun ne’e sei depende mós ba mobilizasaun husi ita-nia sidadaun sira, husi ita-nia komunidade lokál sira no husi ita-nia empreza sira. 

Konstrusaun nasaun ida ne’ebé próspera, justa no perfeita liután depende ba ita-nia kapasidade atu envolve maka’as liután iha prosesu dezenvolvimentu nasionál nian ne’ebé la’o hela, maibé depende mós husi kapasidade ne’ebé ita iha hodi envolve sidadaun hotu-hotu iha prosesu ne’e, hodi garante katak laiha timoroan ida maka husik ba kotuk iha asesu ba benefísiu sira ne’ebé fó husi dezenvolvimentu ita-nia rai doben, maibé mós katak laiha ema ida mak eskluidu husi responsabilidade atu ajuda harii ita-nia Repúblika ne’e nia prezente no nia futuru.

Ho de’it esforsu husi ema hotu no ho fahe rezultadu ba ema hotu de’it, mak ita bele mehi hodi harii nasaun ida ne’ebé rika, próspera, metin no fraterna liután, ne’ebé bele valoriza potensiál ida-ne’ebé mak importante liu ne’ebé nasaun ne’e iha, maka ninia sidadaun sira.

Tanba ne’e, importante tebes ba ita atu kontinua haree liu ba iha valorizasaun potensiál umanu husi ita-nia Povu, hodi reforsa nia nivel literasia no hodi aumenta nia kompeténsia profisionál sira, atu nune’e hasae ninia oportunidade hodi konkista serbisu ne’ebé dignu.

Importante mós, atu hasa’e setór privadu no kooperativu sira, liuliu ninia kapasidade investimentu nian no kriasaun rikeza, liuliu liuhusi asesu ba kréditu ida-ne’ebé fasil liu, hodi halo ninia dinámika sei la depende liu ba despeza públika no hodi hasa’e ninia kapasidade kriasaun empregu ne’ebé barak no di’ak liután, liuliu ba jerasaun foun Timor nian, ne’ebé maske kualifikada no kompetente liu, ne’ebé hasoru problema boot tebes, maka dezempregu.  

Presiza mak atu reforsa koezaun husi ita-nia territóriu, hodi hamenus diferensa ne’ebé eziste entre meiu rurál no meiu urbanu no entre sidade Dili no munisípiu sira seluk ita-nia nasaun nian, hodi garante asesu sidadaun hotu-hotu nian ba benefísiu sira husi kreximentu no dezenvolvimentu ekonómiku, la haree ba sira ho sira-nia família hela iha ne’ebé, no hodi kria kondisaun ba sira rasik, liuhusi sira nia serbisu ka sira nia negósiu, bele kontribui ba kreximentu rikeza nasaun nian.

Urjente tebes atu hametin meiu apoiu no protesaun sosiál sira ba grupu sosialmente vulneravel tebes, ho hanoin atu garante no promove dignidade ba timoroan sira hotu ne’ebé, tanba limitasaun fízika, kognitiva ka tanba idade avansada, laiha kapasidade atu fornese sira-nia meiu subsisténsia rasik ho kondisaun ne’ebé satisfatória. 

Governu hatene duni katak ita-nia povu ezije intervensaun determinada husi ita-nia parte ne’ebé, liuhusi orsamentu ida ne’ebé realista, bele permite atu foti asaun ne’ebé bele hatán ba objetivu ne’ebé labele adia tan no, ho forma hanesan, bele hatán ba problema ne’ebé sidadaun sira sente, kona-ba asesu ba bee moos no saneamentu, via komunikasaun ne’ebé maka di’ak liu, estabelesimentu sira ba prestasaun kuidadu saúde ne’ebé di’ak-liu no estabelesimentu eskolár no pré-eskolár sira ne’ebé di’ak-liu, nune’e mós kona-ba asesu ba oportunidade empregu ka negósiu ne’ebé boot no di’ak-liu. 

Nune’e, no atu armoniza nesesidade hodi hatán ba nesesidade urjente ita-nia povu nian ho nesesidade atu garante respeitu ba rekomendasaun sira ne’ebé maka komisaun parlamentár oioin formula ona relasiona ho proposta orsamentál ba tinan 2020 nian, Governu aprezenta ona, ba diskusaun no aprovasaun husi Parlamentu Nasionál, proposta Orsamentu Jerál Estadu ida ba tinan 2020 nian ho despeza estimada hamutuk US$ millaun 1.668 (dolar amerikanu millaun rihun ida atus neen neenulu-resun-ualu) no reseita estimada hamutuk dolar US$ millaun 1.765 (dolar amerikanu millaun rihun ida atus hitu neenulu-resin-lima)

Relasiona ho orsamentu despeza nian, Governu propoin ba Parlamentu Nasionál katak husi US$ millaun 1.668 (dolar amerikanu millaun rihun ida atus neen neenulu-resin-ualu): dolar US$ millaun 235,6 (dolar amerikanu millaun atus rua tolunulu-resin lima, rihun atus neen) sei aloka ba kategoria “salárius no vensimentus”; US$ millaun 582,3 (dolar amerikanu millaun atus lima ualunulu-resin-rua, rihun atus tolu) sei aloka ba kategoria “Beins no Servisus”; US$ millaun 329,7 (dolar amerikanu millaun atus tolu ruanulu-resin-sia, rihun atus hitu) sei aloka ba kategoria “Transferénsias Públikas”; US$ millaun 31,5 (dolar amerikanu millaun tolunulu-resin-dai, rihun atus hitu) sei aloka ba kategoria “Kapitál Menor”; no US$ millaun 488,8 (dolar amerikanu millaun atus haat ualunulu-resin-ualu, rihun atus ualu) sei aloka ba kategoria “Kapitál Dezenvolvimentu”.

Relasiona ho orsamentu reseita nian, Governu hakarak atu hetan autorizasaun husi Parlamentu Nasionál atu transfere osan ho montante US$ millaun 996,5 (dolar amerikanu millaun atus sia sianulu-resin-neen, rihun atus lima) husi Fundu Petrolíferu ba konta Orsamentu Estadu nian, no husi valór sira-ne’e, US$ millaun 536,8 (dolar amerikanu millaun atus lima tolunulu-resin-neen, rihun atus ualu) la ultrapasa Rendimentu Sustentavel Estimadu (RSE) ba fundu ne’e, no US$ millaun 459,7 (dolar amerikanu millaun atus haat limanulu-resin-sia, rihun atus hitu) ne’ebé sei transfere aas liu husi Rendimentu Sustentavel Estimadu (RSE).

Maibé, ha’u hakarak asegura katak montante transferénsia husi fundu petrolíferu aas liu husi Rendimentu Sustentavel Estimadu (RSE), menus duke montante despeza kategorizada hanesan “Kapitál Dezenvolvimentu”, ne’ebé relasiona ho investimentu sira ba tempu naruk, ne’ebé bele hatán ba nesesidade infraestrutura país nian, la’ós de’it ba jerasaun timoroan atuál, maibé mós ba jerasaun futura sira nian, nune’e mós ba nesesidade dinamizasaun no diversifikasaun ekonómika país nian ba médiu no prazu naruk.

Kona mós ba orsamentu reseita nian, Governu prevee atu simu US$ millaun 433,9 (dolar amerikanu millaun atus-haat tolunulu-resin-tolu, rihun atus-sia) husi reseita la’ós-petrolífera; US$ millaun 7,5 (dolar amerikanu millaun hitu, rihun atus-lima) husi doasaun; no US$ millaun 73 (dolar amerikanu millaun hitunulu-resin-tolu) husi rezultadu kontratasaun empréstimu nian sira.

Ikusliu, no ho konsiderasaun katak grau ezekusaun husi Orsamentu Jerál Estadu liubá, ne’ebé atinje ona 88,2% (porsentu ualunulu-resin-ualu vírgula rua), Governu prevee katak sei transfere ba orsamentu foun, saldu hamutuk US$ millaun 254,3 (dolar amerikanu millaun atus-rua limanulu-resin-haat, rihun atus-tolu).

Proposta orsamentál ne’ebé sai hanesan objetu debate ne’ebé ohin hahú, bazeia ba dokumentu ne’ebé aprezenta ona ba Parlamentu Nasionál, iha loron 15 fulan-outubru tinan 2019, no ajusta ona tuir rekomendasaun sira ne’ebé jenerikamente formula ona husi komisaun parlamentár oioin kona-ba proposta orsamentu ne’ebá nian, durante fulan-outubru no fulan-novembru liubá. 

Hanesan iha okaziaun liubá, ha’u iha oportunidade atu hateten ba Kámara ida-ne’e, katak kaer ukun nu’udar ezersísiu ida rasik ne’ebé kompleksu no ezijente, ne’ebé obriga responsavel públiku sira hodi fotu desizaun sira, liuliu desizaun sira ne’ebé liga ho uzu osan públiku nian, ne’ebé maske la satisfás ema hotu nia hakarak, tenke buka atu serve interese públiku ka interese jerál ita-nia Komunidade Nasionál.

Atu halo-tuir entendimentu ida-ne’e, no atu atinje meta no objetivu sira ne’ebé trasa ona iha nia Programa ba lejizlatura ida-ne’e, maka Governu estabelese ona, ba tinan fiskál ne’e, prioridade ka eixu estratéjiku sira asaun nian hamutuk lima, matadalan ba desizaun nian kona-ba alokasaun rekursu sira, atubele hala’o investimentu públiku sira, liuliu: (1) kapitál sosiál – moris-di’ak sosiál, protesaun sosiál no sidadania; (2) dezenvolvimentu ekonómiku – investimentu iha ekonomia no finansas públikas nasaun nian; (3) melloria konektividade nasionál; (4) konsolidasaun no reforsu kona-ba defeza, seguransa no relasoins esternas; (5) konsolidasaun no reforsu kona-ba justisa, demokrasia no direitus umanus. 

Entre medida orsamentál sira ne’ebé Governu propoin ba Parlamentu Nasionál ba tinan fiskál ne’e, kona-ba kapitál sosiál – moris-di’ak sosiál, protesaun sosiál no sidadania, onra ida mai ha’u atubele destaka alokasaun hamutuk:

  • US$ millaun 4,9 (dolar amerikanu millaun haat, rihun atus-sia) ne’ebé destina ba akizisaun medikamentu sira hodi hadi’a kualidade servisu saúde nian sira, ne’ebé presta iha nasaun ne’e;
  • US$ millaun 91,4 (dolar amerikanu millaun sianulu-resin-ida, rihun atus-haat) ne’ebé destina ba pagamentu pensaun sira no harii uma ba veteranu sira;
  • US$ millaun 41,3 (dolar amerikanu millaun haatnulu-resin-ida, rihun atus-tolu) ne’ebé destina atu selu responsabilidade sira Estadu nian ne’ebé liga ba rejime kontributivu no naun-kontributivu;
  • US$ millaun 15,2 (dolar amerikanu millaun sanulu-resin-lima, rihun atus-rua) ne’ebé destina ba provizaun kona-ba pensaun sira ba funsionáriu públiku efetivu sira ho rejime kontributivu;
  • US$ millaun 4,3 (dolar amerikanu millaun haat, rihun atus-tolu) ne’ebé destina atu fó apoiu ba eventu desportivu no atividade oin-oin ba foin-sa’e sira durante tinan ne’e nia laran;
  • US$ rihun 800,000 (dolar amerikanu rihun atus-ualu) ne’ebé destina ba atribuisaun subsídiu sira ba eskola privada no eskola C.A.F.E. sira;
  • US$ rihun 500,000 (dolar amerikanu rihun atus-lima) ne’ebé destina ba programa sira empregu nian;
  • US$ millaun 3,2 (dolar amerikanu millaun tolu, rihun atus-rua) ne’ebé destina hodi hola meza, kadeira no komputadór sira ba eskola hotu-hotu.
  • US$ millaun 1,7 (dolar amerikanu millaun ida, rihun atus-hitu) ne’ebé destina hodi hola ambulánsia sira, veíkulu polivalente no veíkulu operasionál sira atu apoia atividade monitorizasaun no avaliasaun nian, 
  • US$ millaun 61 (dolar amerikanu millaun neenulu-resin-ida) ne’ebé destina ba konstrusaun postu saúde no klínika sira.

Entre medida orsamentál sira ne’ebé Governu propoin ba Parlamentu Nasionál ba tinan fiskál ida-ne’e, kona-ba dezenvolvimentu ekonómiku – investimentu ekonomia no finansas públikas país nian, ha’u sei destaka alokasaun hamutuk:

  • US$ millaun 166,4 (dolar amerikanu millaun atus ida neenulu-resin neen, rihun atus haat) ne’ebé destina hodi selu kombustivel no manutensaun jeradór elétriku sira iha Hera no Betanu, no ne’ebé inklui manutensaun ba torre tranzmisaun elétrika no ba subestasaun iha lokalizasaun esensiál hitu;
  • US$ millaun 2,1 (dolar amerikanu millaun rua, rihun atus ida) ne’ebé destina ba partisipasaun Timor-Leste nian iha Expo Dubai;
  • US$ millaun 1 (dolar amerikanu millaun ida) ne’ebé destina ba Eventu Internasionál husi Komunidade País Lian Portugés (CPLP) no ba edisaun dasanuluk-resin-rua husi Jogu Desportivu CPLP nian ne’ebé sei realiza iha tinan 2020 iha Timor-Leste; 
  • US$ millaun 63,8 (dolar amerikanu millaun neenulu-resin tolu, rihun atus ualu) ne’ebé destina atu investe iha dezenvolvimentu Timor Gap nian;
  • US$ millaun 22,6 (dolar amerikanu millaun ruanulu-resin-rua, rihun atus neen) ne’ebé destina hodi fó apoiu ba Autoridade Nasionál Petróleu no Minerais (ANPM), Timor Gap no Institutu Petróleu no Jeolojia (IPG), atu nune’e bele asegura katak Timor-Leste benefisia másimu husi ninia rekursus naturais rasik;
  • US$ millaun 4,0 (dolar amerikanu millaun haat) ne’ebé destina atu rekapitaliza Banku Sentrál Timor-Leste (BCTL) no atu selu taxa servisu husi banku ne’e;
  • US$ millaun 1 (dolar amerikanu millaun ida) ne’ebé destina atu rekapitaliza Banku Nasionál Komérsiu Timor-Leste;
  • US$ millaun 1 (dolar amerikanu millaun ida) ne’ebé destina hodi fó subsídiu ba grupu kooperativa sira;
  • US$ 250,000 (dolar amerikanu rihun atus rua, limanulu) ne’ebé destina hodi apoia kapitál ba feto rurál sira ho objetivu hodi promove emprezariadu femininu;
  • US$ millaun 4,0 (dolar amerikanu millaun haat) ne’ebé destina hodi sosa ekipamentu informátiku ba sentru back-up dadus nian ida, ekipamentu raiu-X no detetór metál sira;
  • US$ millaun 3,4 (dolar amerikanu millaun tolu, rihun atus haat) ne’ebé destina hodi sosa veíkulu pezadu sira;
  • US$ millaun 238,3 (dolar amerikanu millaun atus rua tolunulu-resin ualu, rihun atus tolu) ne’ebé destina ba Fundu Infraestrutura, liuliu, ba konstrusaun sentru formasaun exelénsia ida.

Entre medida orsamentál sira ne’ebé Governu propoin ba Parlamentu Nasionál ba tinan fiskál ida-ne’e, kona-ba melloria konektividade nasionál, ho onra, ha’u sei destaka alokasaun ne’e hamutuk:

  • US$ millaun 31,1 (dolar amerikanu millaun tolunulu-resin-ida, rihun atus ida) ne’ebé destina ba fundu kontrapartidas, ne’ebé inklui despeza sira atu sosa naviu sira hodi patrulla fronetira marítima sira no sosa ferry Nakroma II;
  • US$ millaun 3,0 (dolar amerikanu millaun tolu) ne’ebé destina ba provizaun foun sira ba aviasaun sivíl.

Entre medida orsamentál sira ne’ebé Governu propoin ba Parlamentu Nasionál ba tinan fiskál ida-ne’e, kona-ba konsolidasaun no reforsu ba defeza, seguransa no relasaun esterna sira, ha’u sei destaka alokasaun hamutuk:

  • US$ millaun 2,8 (dolar amerikanu millaun rua, rihun atus ualu) ne’ebé destina ba pagamentu kuota iha instituisaun internasionál sira;
  • US$ millaun 1,5 (dolar amerikanu millaun ida, rihun atus lima) ne’ebé destina ba sekretariadu G7+ nian;
  • US$ rihun 800,000 (dolar amerikanu rihun atus ualu) ne’ebé destina hodi fó apoiu finanseiru internasionál;
  • US$ millaun 1,8 (dolar amerikanu millaun ida, rihun atus ualu) ne’ebé destina atu sosa ekipamentu sira protesaun no komunikasaun nian ba Ministériu Defeza nian;
  • US$ rihun 800,000 (dolar amerikanu rihun atus ualu) ne’ebé destina atu sosa ekipamentu protesaun nian ba Polísia Nasionál Timor-Leste;
  • US$ rihun 900,000 (dolar amerikanu rihun atus sia) ne’ebé destina ba rekrutamentu membru foun 600 (atus neen) ba Forsa Defeza Timor-Leste (F-FDTL). 

Ikus-liu, entre medida orsamentál sira ne’ebé Governu propoin ba Parlamentu Nasionál ba tinan fiskál ne’e, kona-ba konsolidasaun no reforsu justisa, demokrasia no direitus umanus, ha’u iha onra atu destaka alokasaun hamutuk:

  • US$ millaun 6,0 (dolar amerikanu millaun neen) ne’ebé destina atu fó subsídiu ba partidu polítiku sira no nune’e kontinua hakbiit prosesu demokrátiku iha Timor-Leste;
  • US$ millaun 4,0 (dolar amerikanu millaun haat) ne’ebé destina ba konstrusaun igreja Bekora no Aimutin, nune’e mós ba Templu Protestante sira, no mós, atu fó apoiu ba Organizasaun Naun Governamentál sira (ONG); 
  • US$ millaun 1,7 (dolar amerikanu millaun ida, rihun atus-hitu) ne’ebé destina atu fó subsídiu ba Radiotelevizaun Timor-leste (RTTL) no ba Tatoli - Ajénsia Notisioza Timor-Leste.

Ha’u hakarak aproveita biban ida-ne’e atu apela mós ba apoiu Parlamentu Nasionál ba medida orsamentál sira ne’ebé Governu propoin kona-ba atu hakle’an prosesu desentralizasaun administrativa, liuhusi alokasaun hamutuk:

  • US$ millaun 3,0 (dolar amerikanu millaun tolu) ne’ebé destina atu prienxe vaga sira ne’ebé ezistente iha mapa pesoál husi Autoridade Munisipál no Administrasaun munisipál sira; no hamutu. 
  • US$ millaun 9,4 (dolar amerikanu millaun sia, rihun atus haat) ne’ebé destina atu fó apoiu ba projetu oin-oin ne’ebé Autoridade Munisipál no Administrasaun Munisipál sira promove, liuliu iha ámbitu Planu Dezenvolvimentu Integradu Munisipál (PDIM).

Governu kontinua halo tuir kompromisu polítiku no konstitusionál atu implementa desentralizasaun administrativa, no, ba ida-ne’e, define ona kalendáriu ida, iha ne’ebé prevee katak durante tinan ne’e sei hahú prosesu avaliasaun ida kona-ba ezisténsia kondisaun mínima atu estabelese autarkia munisipál sira.

Medida orsamentál sira ne’ebé ha’u foin hato’o ho forma badak reflete loloos esforsu ne’ebé Governu halo ona atu dezenvolve proposta orsamentál ida ba tinan fiskál ne’e, ne’ebé bele estabelese ekilíbriu nesesáriu no kompromisu entre kumprimentu ba objetivu programátiku sira no, iha tempu hanesan, fó atensaun loloos ba preokupasaun sira Parlamentu Nasionál nian kona-ba sustentabilidade husi fundu petrolíferu no kualidade despeza públika nian.

Loos duni katak, Governu hakarak atu hetan rekursu finanseiru sira ne’ebé boot liu, atubele iha kapasidade ida ne’ebé boot liu hodi promove moris-di’ak no kualidade moris husi família timóroan sira, no mós atu dinamiza ita-nia setór produtivu nasionál. Maibé, konxiente kona-ba importánsia atu fó orsamentu ida ba Estadu, ne’ebé bele garante ninia atividade finanseira, ho tempu ne’ebé lais no posivel, Governu hato’o proposta orsamentál ida-ne’ebé konservadora liu, ho konviksaun katak, bele hatán ba nesesidade imediata sira iha ita-nia setór ekonómiku no sosiál no sei halibur kondisaun hirak ne’ebé nesesária atu hetan aprovasaun husi Parlamentu Nasionál no promulgasaun husi Prezidente Repúblika.

Hanesan baibain, dokumentu ne’ebé ohin ha’u, ho onra boot, hato’o ba imi, Exelénsia sira, maka dokumentu ida ne’ebé bele hadi’a no aperfeisoa, prosesu sira-ne’ebé bele alkansa de’it liuhusi diálogu ida ne’ebé pozitivu no produtivu entre Membru sira husi ha’u-nia Governu no ilustres Deputadus Parlamentu Nasionál sira hotu, durante loron hirak tuirmai.  

Ha’u fiar-metin nafatin katak, Governu no Parlamentu, hamutuk, sei bele debate no hetan solusaun konkreta sira hodi hatán ba problema reál sira husi ita-nia sidadaun sira, hodi impulsiona ita-nia ekonomia no hodi konsolida ita-nia demokrasia.

Hanesan iha tempu uluk, liuhusi uniaun no mobilizasaun Timoroan hotu-hotu de’it maka ita bele manán dezafiu dezenvolvimentu nian no husik hela ba jerasaun sira tuirmai Nasaun ida ne’ebé próspera, justa no solidária ba Timoroan sira hotu.

Ba Timor-Leste ida-ne’ebé modernu, dezenvolvidu no prósperu liután!

Na’i Maromak haraik bénsaun mai ita-hotu!

Obrigadu barak.


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