Tag Archives: Exile Tibetans

  • Acharya Yeshi Phuntsok releases Sikyong election manifesto

    Acharya Yeshi Phuntsok, Deputy Speaker of the Tibetan Parliament-in-exile, launched his election manifesto, enumerating his experience from a school prefect in 1979 to election as Deputy Speaker in 2016. ...

  • EC upholds Supreme Justice order revoking voting rights for 11 MPs

    The Tibetan Election Commission ordered all the Regional Election Commissions to follow the Tibetan Supreme Justice Commission order revoking voting rights for 11 members of the Tibetan Parliament-in-exile. ...

  • Top two from preliminary round will be final Sikyong candidates

    Tibetans in exile will elect a new political leader, known as Sikyong, on 11 April, announced the Tibetan Election Commission (EC) in a press conference today at the headquarters of the Central Tibetan Administration. ...

  • Dhasa Diaries

    The life of Tibetans in exile is torn between the need to preserve a collective past and shape individual futures. The sort of situation where it is useful to have cultural resources that allow perspective and reflection. ...

  • Tibetan Parliament rejects court order to revoke MPs’ voting rights

    The Tibetan Parliament-in-exile rejected the Tibetan Supreme Justice Commission (TSJC) order to revoke the voting rights of 11 MPs for cancelling the 10th session of the Parliament. ...

  • Exile Tibetan court revokes voting rights of 11 MPs

    The Tibetan Supreme Justice Commission (TSJC) in an order revoked voting rights of the 11 Standing Committee members of the 16th Tibetan Parliament-in-exile till 11 March, for cancelling the 10th session of the House. ...

  • Woekar Chen Why Penpa Tsering would be best Sikyong 2021

    These are some accounts of the contributions and accomplishments of Penpa Tsering in the past, which give indisputable evidence of his ability to lead us in the future. ...

  • New York police officer arrested for spying on Tibetans

    A New York City police officer was charged on Monday with being an “intelligence asset” for the Chinese government who agreed to spy on US supporters of the Tibetan independence movement. ...

  • Tashi Wangyal Time for new faces in Tibetan Parliament

    Replacing the old MPs with new faces can definitely bring a different air and dynamic to the Parliament, which is much needed in my opinion. ...

  • SFF soldier Nyima Tenzin cremated with full military honour

    Hundreds of people came together to pay tribute to SFF soldier Nyima Tenzin, who was killed in a landmine on the Indo-China border near Panggong lake on 30 August, as his body was cremated with full military honours in Leh. ...