Tag Archives: Tibetan Parliament

  • 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. ...

  • Tibetan voting registration to commence on 1 September

    The Election Commission of the CTA announced the voter's registration process, for exile Tibetans to exercise their franchise in the upcoming general elections for a new political leader and the members of the exile Parliament. ...

  • September session of Tibetan Parliament cancelled, next in March

    The September session of the Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile has been cancelled due to concerns about the Coronavirus, according to a press release. It would have been the 10th session of the 16th Parliament. ...

  • Europe representative Thupten Wangchen relieved of Parliament post

    The Tibetan Parliament-in-exile has relieved European Tibetan representative in the House Thubten Wangchen for failing to attend two successive sessions, and has announced next-in-line Wangpo Tethong as his replacement. ...

  • Preservation of Tibetan language most urgent: Pema Jungney

    Speaker of the Tibetan Parliament-in-exile Pema Jungney expressed concern over degradation of the Tibetan language, and said that the issue must be urgently dealt with. ...

  • Sonam Norbu Dagpo elected as new Chief Justice Commissioner

    The exile Tibetan Parliament on Monday elected Sonam Norbu Dagpo as the new Chief Justice Commissioner of the Tibetan Supreme Justice Commission. ...

  • Pam D Tenzin Speaker’s Parliamentary gaffe on ministerial election

    The Judiciary is the defender of the Constitution against encroachments by any organs of the government. Hence, the Judicial Review should not have been confused with Judicial Intervention. ...

  • Tibetan top court refuses to swear in Topgyal Tsering as minister

    The Commission said the appointment will need 50% of the votes of the members present in the House, and the refusal was because 21 votes of 43 members make 48.8%. ...

  • Exile Tibetan budget for 2019-20 likely to be 4.5 billion rupees

    The budget was presented by Minister of Finance Karma Yeshi in the Tibetan Parliament-in-exile for the consideration by 43 members from India, Nepal, US, Europe, and Australia. ...

  • Norbu Tsering Palden Tsok-Tso Chok – My take on our Parliamentary sessions

    What distinguishes us from others is the fact that at the risk of falling prey to the dormant disunifying chaos of democracy, we have very bravely adopted democracy come what may. ...