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Open Debate on Five Questions on Tibet

October 15, 2009

TPPRC, New Delhi
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October 14, 2009

Dear Sir,

Here I am sending you the transcribe of Tempa
Tsering's speech delivered on the topic of "Open
Debate on Five Questions on Tibet" a lecture
program organised by TPPRC and Tibet Study Group
at Constitution Club. So, I would like to request
for your final approval. Kindly find the attachment.

Thank You,
With Warm Regards,
Tashi Samphel (Executive Information)
TPPRC, New Delhi

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Good evening to Mr. Butha Likham, ladies, Gentleman and friends.

First of all I would like to thanks to Tibetan
Study Group for organising this open debate on the question of Tibet.

I believe that any petty and just resolution to
any problems come that the resolve of discussion
and examination of the whole issues that relate
to the problem. More than any other country in
the world India because of historical relation
with Tibet and geographical relation has a basic interest.

The issue of Tibet will be resolved sooner or
later to satisfaction of all the parties concerned.

His Holiness Dalai Lama has shown way out of this
problem. His solution is middle way approach
formulated by in tow important documents which is
know popularly as the Five Peace Plan and
Strasburg proposal. The middle way approach is
based on the principle of non-violence and
dialogue which recommend the future Tibet under
the concept of the constitution of the people’s
republic of China with a single administrating autonomy.

In short the middle way approach recommends that
the central government in Beijing will manage the
Tibetan foreign affair and security. The local
government of the Lhasa would control all other
issues including education, economy, and use of
natural recourses and religion and well being of
the Tibetan people. The government around the
world welcomed this moderate approach and have
urged the Beijing government to resolve the issue
along the lines proposed by the HH Dalai Lama.

Most importantly concerned to the Chinese
intellectuals, scholars and public have appealed
to their government and affirmed the middle way
approach proposed the HH Dalai Lama is the best
way and benefited to the Beijing and to resolve the issue to this line.

But the Chinese verses express support to the
middle way approach. There are several comparing reasons.
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