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Draft law would restrict who can be a journalist and punish ethical transgressions.
Voting ends in parliamentary elections pitting PM's governing party against Front for Independent East Timor.
Fretilin supporters take to streets in protest but UN says situation under control.
Postponement pushes former interior ministers trial to 2007
Former interior minister claims he was acting on orders of then prime minister.
A United Nations report has recommended Mari Alkatiri, East Timor's former prime minister, face a criminal investigation over violence in the country year that led to the deaths of dozens of people and 150,000 fleeing their homes.
Hundreds of supporters of Mari Alkatiri, East Timor's former prime minister, have marched to the capital, creating fears of further violence in the country.
Gangs of young men hurled rocks at a camp housing refugees and torched houses in East Timor's capital on Wednesday.
Mari Alkatiri, the prime minister of East Timor, has resigned his post after weeks of pressure to step down, in a move expected to ease tensions in the impoverished nation.
East Timor's ruling party has decided to keep Mari Alkatiri as prime minister despite calls by Xanamo Gusmao, the president, for him to step down.
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