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Revista de Imprensa Asiática nº37

Revista de Imprensa Asiática nº37

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Published by Catarina Severino
Por uma perspectiva oriental da imprensa internacional.
Por uma perspectiva oriental da imprensa internacional.

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PAQUISTÃO
The government should acknowledgethat it has failed to bring about anyimprovement in the power sector evenafter pouring a staggering sum of Rs 1.4trillion, Finance Minister Abdul HafeezShaikh is reported to have advised the government.
 
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(Dawn,1 de novembro de 2012).
 
ÍNDIA
In a major revamp of the Union Cabinet that Prime Minister
Manmohan Singh described as “probably the last reshuffle”,
17 new ministers were inducted and several portfolioschanged today. The exercise appeared aimed at countering
critics of the government’s alleged “policy paralysis” by
bringing in a mix of experience and youth but the Opposition
was quick to dismiss it as “old wine in new bottles”. Mr Singh
gave the external affairs portfolio to Mr Salman Khurshid andthe petroleum portfolio to Veerappa Moily. Three youngministers of state, considered close to Mr Rahul Gandhi, wereupgraded and given independent charge of their ministries.Mr Jyotiraditya Scindia has got power, Mr Sachin Pilotcorporate affairs and Mr Jitendra Singh youth affairs andsports.
 
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(The
Statesman, 28 de Outubro de 2012).
ÍNDIA-BANGLADESH
Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi may believe that the"foreigner" (read: Bangladeshi) issue is not the state'sprimary problem, but civil society groups think differently.
From students’ organisations to farmers’ groups, everybody
in Assam insists that illegal migration from Bangladesh willcontinue to be a major concern for the Assamese fordecades. The state government in Dispur may be makingcontradictory statements about the presence of illegalBangladeshis in Assam, but the All Assam Students' Union(AASU) has never tired of arguing for strict action againstthose migrants. The influential students' body mastermindedthe historic Assam movement (1979 to 1985), and many of itsleaders emerged as politicians in power. Unfortunately, theytoo did little to resolve the issue.
 
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(TheStatesman, 1 de novembro de 2012).
 
MYANMAR
“The Myanmar government’s peace panel and the Kachin
Independence Organisation (KIO) held its first official meetingin China yesterday, but peace remains elusive as both
parties’ military leaders failed to attend.”
 
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(ElevenMedia Group, 31 de outubro de 2012).
TAILÂNDIA
The Opposition Democrat Party will submit a request onNovember 9 to hold its censure debate on November 25 and26. Not all Bhum Jai Thai MPs have agreed to support a no-confidence motion, however. Jurin Laksanawisit, oppositionchief whip, held a press conference yesterday to announcethat the request would be submitted to House SpeakerSomsak Kiatsuranand on November 9, together with the listof ministers to face no-confidence motions, which will berevealed on that day.
 
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(The Nation, 31 de outubro de 2012).
MALÁSIA
Malaysia is a transit point for terrorists, said Home MinisterDatuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein. However, he stressed thatthe country is not a recruitment ground or a target forinternational terrorists groups.
 
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 (The Star, 1 de novembro de 2012).
INDONÉSIA
The National Counterterrorism Agency (BNPT) warned thefight against militants in the area might get uglier. Thisannouncement came on Wednesday as the authorities shotsix suspected terrorists in a raid in Poso, Central Sulawesi.
 
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(The JakartaPost, 1 de novembro de 2012).
 
TAIWAN-UE
The European Parliament supports Taiwan's bid to sign afree trade agreement (FTA) with the European Union, butstrong pressure from China is the main obstacle preventingthis from being realized, a visiting European Parliamentmember said yesterday.
 
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(The China Post, 2 de novembro de 2012).
 
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