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"On my part, I remain committed to the process of dialogue. It is my firm belief that dialogue and a willingness to look with honesty and clarity at the reality of Tibet can lead us to a viable solution."

'Make efforts to find solution to Tibet issue'

September 22, 2008

Indian Express News Service
Sep 19, 2008

Dharamshala, September 18 The Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile has resolved 
that all the Tibetans living in exile will make efforts in a peaceful 
manner to find out a solution to Tibet issue.

This was decided following deliberations during the eight-day long 
sixth session of the Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile, which concluded on 

Speaker TT Karma Chophel spoke of the efforts initiated by the Tibetan 
Parliament in gathering support of the international community to 
resolve the urgent situation inside Tibet after March 10 this year.

The Speaker said that in order to call for the much-needed support, 
efforts were made to attend important international forums, including 
the European Parliament in Brussels and the United Nations' Human 
Rights Council in Geneva.

The Speaker underlined the significance of the special general meeting 
on Tibet in November. He said the representatives attending the 
meeting, including settlement and welfare officers, members from local 
assemblies and Bod Rawang Denpai Legul Tsokchung, must take the 
opinion of a large number of Tibetans. PM Prof Samdhong Rinpoche spoke 
on the need to focus on legislations concerning the welfare of Central 
Tibetan Administration (CTA) officials.
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