Here are links to a few documents issued this week to give some context:
8 March 2010: Amnesty International press release: Timor-Leste President would support international tribunal
9 March: Jakarta Globe Article: Indonesian Military Doubts Talk of E. Timor Military Tribunal
10 March: JRH press release: The President denies AI press release
This was issued in three languages, and the Portuguese is different from the other two:
Tetum: The President's website doesn't include Tetum, we posted it at http://www.laohamutuk.org/Justice/JRH/JRHdeniesAI10Mar10Te.pdf
11 March: JRH speech to UN Human Rights Commission in Geneva: Timor-Leste: The Decade of Peace and Prosperity
JRH press release: http://www.presidency.tl/eng/pr/prl/mar2010/12.PPR.Visit.Geneva_EN.doc
UN Press release: http://www.ohchr.org/EN/NewsEvents/Pages/DisplayNews.aspx?NewsID=9900&LangID=E
17 March: Amnesty International wrote to President Ramos-Horta explaining their perspective.
21 March: The Timor-Leste National Alliance for an International Tribunal and the Ermera group of Victims and Victims' Families issued statements expressing their unhappiness with the President's claim that no Timorese want and international Tribunal. They tried to greet the President when he returned to Dili airport but were not allowed to.
23 March: The East Timor and Indonesia Action Network (ETAN) from the USA wrote an open letter to President Jose Ramos-Horta.
In Geneva the President justified the illegal release of Maternus Bere:
Perhaps the 100 or so people who lit candles in front of the Indonesian embassy, on 6 September, the 10th anniversary of the Suai Church Massacre, are soulless. Decide for yourself, or click here for more information.