Indonesia: Violence erodes prospects for stability
This report provides an update on the human rights situation in East Timor before and during the operational phase of the popular consultation process It identifies several groups of people, mainly the internally displaced and student and other pro-independence activists, who are being intimidated by pro-integration militia groups and are unable to participate fully in the balloting process. Staff of the United Nations Mission to East Timor have also been threatened. A smaller number of violations have been committed by pro-independence groups.
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