TGIE

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TGIETibetan Government-in-Exile
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The Tibetan government-in-exile said it has consistently appealed to Tibetans not to resort to drastic actions, including self-immolation.
Prime Minister of the Tibetan government-in-exile Samdhong Rinpoche said the Dalai Lama wants to completely retire from politics as he feels that "political leadership should not be confined to one person and individual".
From today's perspective, the nineties are commonly viewed as a time when 'real' democratic reforms made their impact, and the history of the Tibetan Government-in-Exile is commonly perceived as a history of going from less to more democracy, with 1991 as the turning point.
A statement on the website of the Tibetan government-in-exile based in northern India said "in order to express our solidarity with the great natural disaster that befell on China, Tibetans across the world should shun staging demonstrations in front of the Chinese embassies in the respective host countries they live in" at least until the end of May.
Seven months prior to the killing, a threatening letter, the full text of which can be viewed on the official web site of the Tibetan government-in-exile, allegedly was sent under the seal of the Dorje Shugden Charitable and Religious Society to ".
The Dalai Lama's Tibetan Government-in-Exile has, probably for international audiences unaware of the role of the Dalai, analogized his function and authority to that of the Roman Catholic pope.
Including Dhondup, at least 105 Tibetans living under Chinese rule have self-immolated since 2009 when a spate of fiery protests began and 88 of them have died, according to the Tibetan government-in-exile based in Dharamsala, northern India.
He was speaking on the occasion of India's 67th Independence Day celebrations at Dharamsala, the seat of Tibetan government-in-exile in Himachal Pradesh on Thursday.
3 by a monk in a Tibetan-inhabited area of China's Sichuan Province, the Tibetan government-in-exile, based in Dharamsala, India, said in a statement it was "deeply saddened by the continuing tragic self-immolations by Tibetans in protest against the repressive policies of the Chinese government.
The Tibetan government-in-exile, based in India, has repeatedly appealed to Tibetans not to self-immolate.
Dharamshala, Nov 8 ( ANI ): The Tibetan government-in-exile has urged Chinese Government to accept the existence of a Tibet issue.
A Tibetan man apparently died after setting himself on fire Sunday in northern China's Gansu Province to protest against Chinese policies in Tibetan regions, the India-based Tibetan government-in-exile said Monday.