Tag Archives: Tibetan Parliament

  • Norbu Tsering Changes required in our election rules

    Many factors have led to irresponsible use of political freedom in the name of democracy, and regional sentiments are out-weighing our need for national unity. ...

  • Ngawang Choechen Do we need changes in our Parliament system?

    Do we need to amend election laws in line with changing circumstances? We certainly need some drastic changes now and should start discussion about it during the current session. ...

  • 17th Karmapa criticizes Parliament member over Nechung views

    The 17th Karmapa Ogyen Trinley Dorje has lambasted a Parliament member representing the Kagyu sect over his views about Nechung, the State Oracle of Tibet. ...

  • Exile Tibetan Parliament passes budget of 2,434 million rupees

    The exile Tibetan Parliament passed a budget of 2,434.6 million Indian rupees for the programmes and activities of the Central Tibetan Administration for the coming fiscal year 2017-18. ...

  • Khenpo Sonam Tenphel and Pema Jungney to share Speaker post

    In a repeat of history, the 16th Tibetan Parliament-in-exile has again elected two members to the post of Speaker, for two and a half years each, after three rounds of voting. ...

  • Nine members of Jonang begin hunger strike

    Nine followers of the Jonang tradition have started a hunger strike in protest against the rejection by the Tibetan Parliament-in-exile to recognise Jonang as a separate sect. ...

  • Followers of Jonang school of Tibetan Buddhism seek recognition

    The demonstrators demanded that Jonang be represented in the exile Parliament from the 16th Parliament, due to be elected in March 2016. ...

  • Tibetans in Australia and Asian regions get representative in exile Parliament

    Tibetans living in Australia, New Zealand, and Asian countries (excluding India, Nepal, and Bhutan) will have one representative in the Tibetan Parliament at the 16th Parliament in March 2016. ...

  • Speaker Penpa Tsering threatens to resign after accusations

    Speaker of the Tibetan Parliament-in-exile Penpa Tsering walked out of the House saying he wanted to resign, after he was accused of being a murderer by a Parliament member. ...

  • Tibetan Parliament discusses the grave situation in Tibet

    The Chinese government’s attempts to interfere with the powers of the Dalai Lama and Panchen Lama are fundamentally an acknowledgement of Tibetan power. ...