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177-79. Kelly argues that this survey identified the East Timorese preference for autonomy to be only a bridge to an independence vote in three to five years time (Paul Kelly, The March of the Patriots: The Struggle for Modern Australia, Melbourne University Press, Carlton, Vic, 2009, p. 485–86). 11 Interview with Ashton Calvert. 80. 12 Interview with Hugh White. 13 The ‘shuffling’ of Indonesian combat troops in East Timor was widely reported and described as a charade. See Don Greenlees, ‘Leak shows no E Timor troop cuts’, Australian, 30 October 1998, p.
Html>, accessed 20 April 2009. 7 As will be discussed later, independence for East Timor was not an Australian policy preference at this time. 9 According to the survey report by DFAT, the majority view called for a transitional autonomy arrangement that would be followed by a referendum in the future. 10 Australia’s internal policymaking process also increased in tempo. 12 Significant events occurred on other fronts around the same time. East Timor experienced further violence in October and November 1998, which increased international attention on the situation.
485–86). 11 Interview with Ashton Calvert. 80. 12 Interview with Hugh White. 13 The ‘shuffling’ of Indonesian combat troops in East Timor was widely reported and described as a charade. See Don Greenlees, ‘Leak shows no E Timor troop cuts’, Australian, 30 October 1998, p. 1; and Australian Associated Press, ‘Downer denies Aust intelligence wanting’, AAP Information Services Pty Ltd, 1 November 1998. 145–46). 15 Finally, it became known to officials that the Australian Government wanted to develop an initiative to start their new term.