Journalist Abilio also did not enter the meeting because he knew that the meeting was closed to the media, and when in a break time, the public works director accompanied Abilio to approach and find Arsenio Bano to confirm other things but unfortunately Bano immediately expelled Abilio from the meeting. Abilio came out of the meeting hall and sat alone outside, and Bano still sent one of his staff named Amisto Pinto to expelled him from the area. Abilio leave the place with disappointment and feel ashamed for being expelled in public places.
"Hahaha okay. Was Not rigth time then. Yes he was expelled from the meeting that he was Not allowed in because meeting only for party members. Now, í think, Your tune is getting better. I'm done. Good nigth" he said.
Oe – Kusi Ambeno, separated from the rest of Timor-Leste, has often been ignored, and poverty and health statistics show the results. Lately, however, it has been getting attention, even before the Special Zone is really underway.
However, the largest financial allocation for Oe – Kusi in the 2014 RDTL budget is $20.5 million as a public transfer to the SAR Authority, which was added by the closed-door Komisaun Eventual a few days before Parliament approved the budget. This amount, most of the $22.9 million for ZEESM within the $27.2 million budget of the Minister of State for the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, is projected to increase every year. Public transfers are not under procurement, tender or reporting rules, and the ZEESM authority will decide how to spend it. According to the Transparency Portal accessed on 30 June, $184,700 had been spent on ZEESM between January and June 2014, all for Goods and Services in the "National Region," including $79,100 for operational expenses (including office security), $31,500 in cash advances, $24,200 on overseas travel and $22,100 on professional services (website and consultants) and $18,500 on utilities.
From 2015-2017 ZEESM has received almost five hundred and fifty million dollars ($545,000,000) for their infrastructure projects and RAEOA.