Indeed, the only time a formal debate over the national flag of an independent Timor-Leste has taken place was in 2001, when the flag of the overall resistance movement, the Conselho Nacional de Resistencia Timorense (CNRT
), was considered as an alternative to the 1975 RDTL flag for the new state.
led a three-party coalition that beat the shortlived, Fretilin-led minority government in the May 12 parliamentary election.
It has since been suggested that with Fretilin and CNRT
sharing government from 2015 to 2017, the leaders of the two parties had divided the economy between them.
Passengers transported by train between Posadas and Encarnacion Anos Pasajeros movilizados 2015 832 042 2016 1 407 545 2017 1 508 718 Source: Comision Nacional de Regulacion del Transporte (CNRT
It considers the 1998 reformation of the CNRM into the CNRT
as having been illegal, considers the post-independence armed forces as being illicit and demands that the state goes back to the 1975 constitution, thus powerfully questioning the current constitutional order (International Crisis Group 2013; Myrttinen 2011a).
Violence broke following a conference held Sunday by Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao's party, CNRT
, which won the most votes in the July 7 parliamentary election.
DILI - The center-left National Congress for Timorese Reconstruction (CNRT
) party of Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao has taken the lead in vote counting from East Timor's parliamentary election, winning about a third of the vote with around half of votes counted by midnight Saturday.
Tal es el caso, entre otras, de la Comision Nacional de Regulacion del Transporte (CNRT
) y la Secretaria de Transporte Nacional (transporte urbano), la Corporacion del Mercado Central de Buenos Aires (abastecimiento de frutas y verduras), Agua y Saneamientos Argentinos Sociedad Anonima (AYSA) (saneamiento basico) y la Coordinacion Ecologica Area Metropolitana Sociedad del Estado (Ceamse) (disposicion de residuos solidos).
This 'recognition' dynamic has been evident in other political divisions since independence, such as those between 'diaspora' and 'local' independence movement figures; in intra-elite conflict between FRETILIN and non-FRETILIN members of the former 'united front' National Council of the Timorese Resistance (CNRT
) (Leach 2006:233); and in the frequent gap between elite and popular values.