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Tibetan Cabinet lawyer summoned for contempt of court’s decision

File photo/Tibet Sun/Lobsang Wangyal

The Tibetan Supreme Justice Commission has summoned lawyer of the Tibetan Cabinet Lobsang Dakpa to hear his explanation for his comments on the court's decision in Case no 20. The matter will be heard tomorrow 6 December.

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