Tag Archives: Exile Tibetans

  • Tibetan Parliament to hold session on 20 May with concerning questions

    The Tibetan Parliament-in-exile has announced that an extra session will be held on the 20th of May for one day. The session was convened to elect a new Chief Justice and two additional justices, following their dismissal last month. ...

  • Sangay appoints Lobsang Dakpa as Chinese Liaison Officer in Australia in apparent favour

    Lobsang Sangay and his Cabinet have appointed Lobsang Dakpa, the lawyer who represented the Cabinet in the famous Case no 20, as the new Chinese Liaison Officer at the Office of Tibet, Canberra, Australia. ...

  • Kunchok Gyatso A tale of two rows — A glimpse of Tibetan exile society from the moon!

    They know well that two million brothers and sisters who died under Chinese atrocities never had two rows. They know well more than 160 brave Tibetans who self-immolated against Chinese atrocities never had two rows. They don't want to part ...

  • Coronavirus: Dekiling records 138 cases; settlement under lockdown

    The Tibetan settlement of Dekiling has been put under indefinite lockdown after 138 infections of coronavirus cases in the last one week were recorded. Four elders are on ventilator support, and many others showed mild symptoms. ...

  • Penpa Tsering to lead Tibetans as new Sikyong

    Penpa Tsering has won the race for the position of Sikyong, or the Tibetan political leader, in the just-concluded Tibetan elections, gaining more votes than his competitor Kelsang Dorjee Aukatsang. ...

  • Tibetans around the world cast ballots to elect a new leader

    Tibetans living in exile in 25 countries around the world voted to elect a new political leader called Sikyong in the final round of voting. Ballots were also cast to elect 45 lawmakers of the Tibetan Parliament-in-exile. ...

  • Kalsang Namgyal Have the Chithues gone insane?

    A Western leader had said that democracy is rule by fools Witnessing how much harm is caused by the guardians of democracy if they lack qualifications, it reminds me that democracy is not suitable for our society. ...

  • Member of Parliament condemns ousting of Tibetan Justices

    A member of the exile Tibetan Parliament has condemned the ousting of the Chief Justice and two Justice Commissioners of the Tibetan Supreme Justice Commission, saying it was "as unwise as it is unjust". ...

  • Tibetan Justices resign accepting Parliament’s decision, deny wrongdoing

    The Chief Justice and two Justice Commissioners of the Tibetan Supreme Justice Commission announced abdication from their posts following their dismissal by the Tibetan Parliament-in-exile on charges of abuse of power. ...

  • Tibetan Parliament sacks Chief Justice and two other commissioners

    The Tibetan Parliament-in-exile dismissed the Chief Justice Commissioner and the two other Justice Commissioners from their posts with immediate effect, for "infringing the rules", bringing on a constitutional crisis. ...