Tibetan Muslims Hope For A Seat In Tibetan Parliament

Tibetan muslims who arrived into exile after His Holiness the Dalai Lama fled into India and settled in Kashmir region of India. There by the Tibetan muslims flourished in the valley and have secured the citizenship of India. In an interview report published by Tibet express, an interviewee Tibetan muslim expressed their hope for a reserved seat for Tibetan muslims in the exile Tibetan parliament.

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Taiwan’s Speaker Welcomes Dalai Lama To Speak At Their Parliament

The speaker of Legislative Yuan of Taiwan has extended his warm welcome to the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader, His Holiness the Dalai Lama on Tuesday following the New Power Party (NPP) Legislator Freddy Lim on his trip to the exile seat of Tibetan exile and asked the Dalai Lama to speak at their Legislature. This invitation from the speaker of Taiwan’s Legislative Yuan comes when His Holiness expressed enthusiasm to visit Taiwan when the legislator requested him.

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US Lawmakers Ask Obama To Redouble Support For Tibetan People

The US Congressman McGovern leading 72 US lawmakers has written a letter to the President of United States, Barack Obama which instructs the out-going president to prioritize the issue of Tibet during his last few months at the office on Wednesday. The letter comes as result of no progress in the view of finding a solution to the issue of the Tibetan people led by His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

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Tibetan Parliamentary Elections in Exile: Glitches and Prospects 

This Tibetan implementation of democracy “from the top down” contrasts to the traditional and conventional transition and struggle of Democracy by people across countries in the world. This uniquely different Tibetan democracy was born in exile in India with the formalisation of the Draft Constitution for the Future Tibet on March 10, 1963, and the subsequent adoption of the Charter of the Tibetans in Exile on 14 June, 1991.

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The Sikyong and His Kalon Nominee Needed Reviewers For Their Eligibiliy

The new cabinet of the 15th Kashag of Central Tibetan Administration led by the re-elected Sikyong Dr. Lobsang Sangyal fell into a very unnecessary controversy right from their first day of swearing in. The controversy was in regard to the nomination of second time member of Tibetan Parliament in Exile, Sharling Dhardon for the post of Kalon(Minister), who actually did not meet the eligibility of having completed 35 years of age.

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Can Arnab Goswami be our journalist in Exile Tibetan Media?

That important aspect of media is lacking in exile Tibetan. Our reasons may vary but we all might have felt the lapses and flaws of our media body during recently held election. Which media channel came forward and put the hottest and realistic questions to our Sikyong candidates? It was neither VOA, nor VOT, nor RFA but people in TIPA auditorium during a debate being organized by NDTP. They raised their voice without any hesitation and fear in order to find a just answer from candidates. Why can’t our Media act like this?

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Tibetan Poll Process May Be Revamped For More Positive Democracy

The recent political activity within the exile Tibetan community owing to the elections have been extremely hectic and more importantly beyond the Tibetan moral ethics. Though the elections have been successfully wrapped up with clear results of the next position holders of Tibetan political bodies confirmed by the Tibetan Election Commission, the year long hectic race by the campaigners and their supporters have left a regretful scar in the Tibetan history.

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ARE YOU AT LIBERTY TO VOTE?

You might have right to vote but have you ever asked yourself whether you are at liberty to vote or not. This is where we can’t recognize our prerogative to optimize our liberty in this contemporary politics. Historically, we had been struggling to have universal suffrage with equal opportunity based on gender by sacrificing life of lives.

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