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China Violently Occupy Tibet, US has Responsibility to Stand-up

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21march201100801032Dharamshala: Rep. Tammy Baldwin, member of the House of Representatives in the United States Congress, said this on 16 March while submitting to the Congress His Holiness the Dalai Lama's statement on the 52nd anniversary of the national uprising against the repression on Tibet by the People's Republic of China.

"Mr. Speaker, March 10 marked the 52nd anniversary of the Tibetan uprising against the People's Republic of China, during which His Holiness the Dalai Lama fled to exile. On that day, there was a small commemoration on Library Mall in Madison with Wisconsin's Tibetan-American community, which my staff was honoured to attend," Baldin said on the floor of the US House of Representatives.

"While the commemoration serves as a painful but important reminder of China's prolonged efforts to outlaw dissent, restrict free expression, and violently occupy Tibet, it also serves as a symbol of our sustained vigilance, continued determination, and enduring hope that Tibetans everywhere will soon be free to live in peace with their land and culture intact," she said.

"On this anniversary, I offer support and conviction to the thousands of Tibetans living in exile and the thousands more who have chosen to stand beside them in the struggle. for freedom. I support the Middle-Way Approach proposed by His Holiness the Dalai Lama to honor the dignity of both Tibetan and Chinese people and to promote a respectful solution. I strongly believe that the United States has a responsibility to stand up for human rights and the rule of law, and I support efforts to address the plight of Tibetans."

A member of the US Congress has pledged her support for efforts to address the plight of the Tibetan people, saying the United States has an obligation to stand up for human rights and the rule of law.

Baldwin commended His Holiness the Dalai Lama's decision to devolve his political authority to the elected leadership. "At a time when despots around the world cling to power as their people yearn for democracy, the Dalai Lama's willful ceding of power is a tribute to his vision to fulfill the aspirations of the Tibetan people and should inspire others around the world," she said.

Last Updated ( Monday, 21 March 2011 18:03 )  


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