East Timor Law Journal

East Timor Law Journal

East Timor Law Journal seeks to promote the rule of law and democracy in Timor-Leste by disseminating knowledge of the law of East Timor in English, providing a forum for the publication of legal opinions and critiques of law and legal policy in East Timor and facilitating legal research and information. This also contributes to good governance and democracy as the laws enacted by this new country can be widely scrutinised by the international legal and human rights agencies for compliance with fundamental rights, liberties, and freedoms, and the principles of international justice.

East Timor Law Journal provides English translations of the laws of East Timor, publishes analyses and commentaries on the legal system, East Timor legal and other research resources directories and the latest reports on legal developments. The complete body of the laws enacted by the United Nations Transitional Administration in East Timor (UNTAET) and all available English translations of the laws enacted by the National Parliament and by the Government (both Decree Laws and Decrees) as well as the Resolutions of the United Nations General Assembly and the Security Council pertaining to East Timor are available on East Timor Law Journal. A comprehensive directory of East Timor-related internet sites is also included.

Information on the laws of Timor Leste is sought by legal researchers, academics, students, governments, investors, and travellers and tourists.

External links

* [http://www.eastimorlawjournal.org East Timor Law Journal]

* [http://www.easttimorlegalinformation.org East Timor Legal Information]
* [http://www.easttimordirectory.net East Timor Directory]


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