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 2NimFM community radio 
 Latin Radical Interview with Jennifer Drysdale
 Jennifer Drysdale, Warwick Fry
 2NimFM radio  
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Parties that kept Fretilin out of government campaigned on accusations that Fretilin held back the petroleum fund. Yet, the new parliament isn't changing policy. Jen Drysdale's research shows Fretilin reflected popular will.
Jennifer Drysdale
Warwick Fry
Jennifer Drysdale at the Centre for Environmental Studies at the Australian National University spent 2 years in Timor Leste researching the governance of East Timor's hard won petroleum resources. Now, with the new Timorese Parliament taking control of the Petroleum Fund she talks with Nimbin Community Radio 2NimFm about the past and future prospects for East Timor's budding economy. The lineup of political parties that kept Fretilin out of government campaigned strongly on accusations that Fretilin was 'holding out' on the petroleum fund. Yet, the new parliament shows no signs of changing the Fretilin policy. Jennifer's PhD. research turns Australian media preconceptions on its head, indicating that the Fretilin policy was, in fact, what the people really wante

 East Timor's Petroleum Fund Download Program Podcast
Interview with Jennifer Drysdale
00:21:42 English 2007-09-27
 Canberra, Australia, Australian National University
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