EWER: Situation Review April 2016

May 12, 2016

In April, Belun’s Early Warning, Early Response (EWER) conflict monitoring system continued monitoring for violent incidents and changes to the security situation across Timor-Leste. EWER monitoring recorded 109 violent incidents, including eleven perpetrated by members of banned Martial Arts Groups, and continued rock-throwing andAi??Rama Ambon (slingshot arrow)Ai??attacks by unknown perpetrators in Dili. Land surveying exercises conducted by the Ministry of Justice’s Sistema NasionA?l Cadastral led to eight incidents in Baucau, Manatuto and Vikeke municipalities. Three incidents were also recorded at or around political party consolidation events in Aileu, Lautein and Vikeke municipalities. For more details and a statistical breakdown of all incidents recorded in April, please read the full situation review.