The Special Panels for Serious Crimes (SPSC) in East Timor were established by the United Nations, acting as the transitional authority between the end of the Indonesian occupation in 1999 and the independence of East Timor in 2002. The UN Transitional Authority in East Timor (UNTAET) established the Special Panels
The Special Panels of the Dili District Court was the hybrid international–East Timorese tribunal that was created in 2000 by the United Nations Transitional Administration in East Timor (UNTAET) to try cases of "serious criminal offences" which took place in East Timor in 1999. The Special Panels sat from 2000 to 2006.
On the 25th of October, 1999, the UN Security Council adopted resolution 1272, whereby it was decided to create a United Nations Transnational Administration of East Timor (UNTAET) to which will be entrusted overall responsibility for the administration of East Timor, and which will be competent to exercise all legislative
Ambassador Kamalesh Sharma Special Representative for the Secretary-General Dili, East Timor. Ana Maria Pessoa Pereira da Silva Pinto Minister of Justice Dili, East Timor. Dr. Domingos Maria Sarmento Vice-Minister of Justice Dili, East Timor. We have been following with great interest the trials
HYBRID COURTS CASE STUDY. THE SERIOUS CRIMES PROCESS IN TIMOR-LESTE: IN RETROSPECT1. 5 March 2006. This paper seeks to analyze the serious crimes process (the Special Panels and the Serious. Crimes Unit) the UN established in Timor-Leste to try serious violations of human rights perpetrated in