The Tibetan Parliament in Exile based in the Himalayan town, Dharamshala in Northern India began its budget session on Tuesday. 43 members of the exile Tibetan parliament was presided over by speaker Mr. Pema Jugney who appealed for productive discussions in the coming days of the session.
The budget session for the financial year 2019-2020 of the Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile began today. This is the 7th session of the 16th Tibetan Parliament and it is the also the first session for the newly sworn speaker, Mr. Pema Jugney.
This year’s budget session will witness presentation of the Central Tibetan Administration’s annual budget proposal by Kalon Karma Yeshi, Department of Finance, presentation of report by the Budget Estimate Committee of Tibetan Parliament on the consolidated budget proposal of the Finance department and presentation of the Ninth Public Accounts Committee, as reported by the official website of Central Tibetan Administration.
It also added that the session of the parliament will discuss and approve the budget of the Central Tibetan Administration for the year 2019-20 and it will be conclude on 29 March. The Tibetan administration in exile as proposed by His Holiness the Dalai Lama is one