The former Prime Minister of exile Tibetan government in India, Honorable Samdhong Rinpoche in recent interviews have expressed his views about the Tibetan monks and nuns right to vote for both the religious and provincial candidates in the elections for Tibetan Parliament in Exile where he said that this right does not invalidate the basic democratic principles. In the interview carried out by Tibetan journalist Lobsang Wangyal, Rinpoche also talks about some other issues.Read more
It is the right time to introspect your participation in this election and try to reflect the environment that we created. Thus, this question could bring us better democracy in the near future, specifically 2021, “Are we doomed to repeat the same mistake?” I think we are not but we all should think in this way.Read more
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.Read more
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.Read more
According to a news report in Tibetan version of Voice of Tibet, a meeting was held at the European Unions Head Quarter in Brussels to discuss about the development of Tibetan democracy and the general Tibet issues.
The meeting was held on 16th February organised by the Tibet Interest Group of EU to discuss the development of Tibetan democracy.