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21 january 2012 001Dharamshala: -Tibetan political leader, Dr. Lobsang Sangay is invited to address the Western Connecticut State University (WCSU) on February 21..

The political leader of the central Tibetan administration will deliver the President' Lecture Series address on the topic of "Democracy in Exile: the Case of Tibet," in lves Concert Hall in Whilet Hal at the university's Midtown campus, 181 Whilte St. in Danbury.

"We are honored that Kalon Tripa Dr Lobsang Sangay will deliver this spring's President's Lecture," said WCSU President James W. Schmotter while speaking to the media.

"Dr. Sangay will provide insights about the political and human rights dimensions of Tibet's complex status today," the president said.

According to the sources, the lecture is free and open to the public.

The University said that it is an honor for them to be able to invite the Tibetan Prime Minister who has been toured many countries lecturing on Tibet and Human Rights prior to his take over as the Prime Minister of Central Tibetan Administration.

An alumnus of Harvard University, Kalon Tripa Dr Lobsang Sangay, the expert on Tibet, international human rights law, democratic constitutionalism and conflict resolution has visited many countries including the United States lobbying the world leaders following the series of self-immolations inside Tibet.

Sangay has promised his people that he will work hard enough to return the Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama from exile back to Tibet, and restore the Tibetan freedom sooner than later.

Tibetan experts in large numbers have expressed that Dr. Sangay is the right Prime Minister for the right time, and Tibetans believe that the new Prime Minister will build a good bridge with the Beijing government as he has records of dialogue with the Chinese scholars and students while he was being at the World prestigious university "Havard University."

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