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10th Session of Tibetan Parliament Concludes

September 19, 2010

Central Tibetan Administration (CTA)
September 17, 2010

Dharamshala -- The Fourteenth Tibetan
Parliament-in-Exile successfully concluded its tenth session on Friday.

In his closing remarks, the Parliament Speaker Mr
Penpa Tsering expressed his appreciation for
questions and recommendations put forward by the
parliament members for improving the workings of
Central Tibetan Administration.

The Speaker also commended the clarifications and
replies given by each and every members of the
Kashag and their accountability towards the
Parliament, which he said would clear many doubts
among the general public and raise people's faith in the legislature.

The Speaker thanked the Kashag for deputing eight
staff to assist the Parliamentary Secretariat
during the recently held first Tibetan national
general meeting at Bylakuppe in South India.

The Parliament also thanked the Audio Visual
Section of the Department of Information and
International Relations for broadcasting the live
coverage of the general meeting.

The Parliamentary Secretary Mr Tobgyal was
praised for his efforts in supervising the
successful preparation and proceedings of the general meeting.

The Speaker expressed hope that all the members
of Parliament would fulfill their obligations
towards the general public in the coming six months.

The Speaker said the Parliament is looking
forward to full attendance of MPs during the next session in March 2011.
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