The Portuguese governor allowed them to settle in the eastern part of the colony. However, no intervention force was sent. A former member of a squad in which he had served King Dom Carlos I of Portugal, Celestino da Silva enjoyed the support of the monarch, despite criticism prompted by his actions, both economically and militarily.
A military court sentenced him to life in prison, before commuting his sentence to 20 years. He breached the Portuguese lines and escaped with a few thousand men. A revolt in East Timor against the Portuguese was not endorsed by the Indonesian government.
These disorders caused fighting and excesses on both sides, including summary executions of prisoners. Five years later, governor Celestino da Silva put together unprecedented forces: officers and NCOs, 1, moradores, 12, East Timorese warriors and bearers. Minor episodes of violence before the early 18th century I.
As of 1 September, before the results had been announced, militias backed by army units began the systematic destruction of public buildings. And this, in turn, led to clashes between the mainly Muslim Indonesian immigrants and the Roman Catholic East Timorese, frequently over perceived insults to East Timorese Catholic nuns or religious practices.
Elements of a conclusion The crises that took place between and have been used by some as a pretext for presenting Timor-Leste as an immature or non-viable country.
To achieve these objectives, Celestino da Silva built many forts linked by a network of tracks and connected by telephone.