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parliamentinexileDharamshala — The second session of the 16th Tibetan Parliament in Exile concluded today following nine days of deliberations on topics including the situation inside Tibet, the status of Tibetans in exile and the future course of the Tibetan movement led by the Central Tibetan Administration. 

The session also featured the presentation of annual reports by the seven departments of the Central Tibetan Administration followed by questions regarding their activities, budgets and implementation of projects.

Speaker Khenpo Sonam Tenphel, delivering the concluding remarks of the session, gave a brief overview of the proceedings. He emphasised the importance of engaging in discussions based in reason and logic instead of resorting to personal attacks and filibustering during parliamentary proceedings.

He further appealed all Tibetans to renew their efforts – in their own capacities – to contribute towards the preservation and promotion of the rich Tibetan linguistic heritage, beginning at home within the family to schools, institutions and organisations.

This session of parliament saw the appointment of Dr Ngawang Rabgyal as Justice Commissioner of the Tibetan Supreme Justice  Commission and the parliament’s disapproval of Ms Dhardon Sharling as a Kalon of the 15th Kashag after a majority vote on the floor of parliament. 

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