Penpa Tsering Hands Over The Office of Tibet To New Representative

Penpa Tsering hands over the office of Tibet, Washington D.C. to new representative said the official report in the website of Central Tibetan Administration today. The office hand over as directed by the Kashag decision on November 6 took place for three days from November 28 to November 30 and the new representative will assume the office from today.

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Sikyong Clarifications Further Deepens Debate On Penpa Tsering

The Tibetan community in the diaspora for past few weeks have been strongly involved in heated debates over the issue of Sikyong Dr. Lobsang Sangay led Kashag ousting Penpa Tsering from the post of Representative to the North America. However the Kashag led by Sikyong’s clarifications have further deepened the debate.

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Representative Penpa Tsering Declines Kashag’s Allegations

Representative Penpa Tsering declines Kashag’s allegations made in public domain that compelled to replace him from the post as announced on November 6. The incumbent representative and the former speaker of the Tibetan Parliament in Exile while speaking to media over phone declined all allegations to be true.

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Growing Trust Deficit, Under Performance and Insubordination: Kashag Clarifies On Replacing Penpa Tsering

The Kashag at Central Tibetan Administration when gave a very surfaced reason against replacing the representative Penpa Tsering in a press conference on November 9, there was an uproar in the public for proper clarifications. Today Kashag has published a public clarification stating that based on a growing trust deficit, under performance and insubordination with the former speaker led to his ousting.

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Does Kashag Ousting Representative Penpa Tsering Land Upon $1.5 Million?

Does the Kashag ousting North America representative Penpa Tsering land upon the $1.5 million loan amount discrepancy reported from the Auditor General, Central Tibetan Administration, Dharamshala? Reports suggest that Kashag’s ousting of the North America representative Mr. Penpa Tsering is related to him questioning the Sikyong over this issue of $1.5 million used to purchase the building for the Office of Tibet in Washington D.C.

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