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Polling Tibet's Future

October 26, 2008

Tibet Special Meeting
October 25, 2008

Please if you are not a Tibetan read it but don't participate in the
polling. Sorry!

What do Tibetans think about the Sino-Tibetan dialogue? Is there a
realistic chance to achieve a negotiated solution with Beijing? Does
is it make sense to continue with present middle path policicy? Do we
need a revised policy? What do you think about new elections in 2009?

Participate in this poll, make the voice of Tibetans heard by
forwarding the link to your Tibetan friends.
http://specialmeeting.wordpress.com/polling-tibet


1. Poll: Future prospect of Sino-Tibetan talks
Do you believe in a negotiated solution for Tibet within the next 10 years?
* Yes
* No
* I can't say

2. Poll: Policy change
Do we need a policy change?
* Yes
* No
* Can't say

3. Poll: Goal of Tibetan freedom struggle
Provided a policy change is decided what ultimate goal do you favour?
Autonomy.
* Independence.
* Self-Determination.
* Don't know
* Other:

4. Poll: What form of autonomy?
Provided Autonomy is the choice what would you favour?
* Autonomy within the current framework of China's consitution?
* Cultural and political autonomy for all three regions of Tibet?
* Cultural autonomy for all three regions of Tibet?
* Don't know.
* Other:

5. Poll: Independence and Dalai Lama
Provided independence is the choice and H.H. the Dalai Lama would not
be leading the Tibetan movement. Is this acceptable for you?
* Yes
* No
* I can't say

6. Poll: Self-determination
Provided self-determination is the choise would your agree with TGIE
being less engaged in finding a negotiated solution with Beijing?
* Yes
* No
* Can't say.

7. Poll: Minor policy change
Provided there is no change of the Middle Path, what should the
Tibetan Exile Eovernment change?
* Find new ways of promoting the issue without changing the current policy.
* Stop sending envoys to China.
* More activities in Tibet.
* More interactions with governments around the world.
* Closer cooperation within the Tibetan Community.
* Don't know.
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