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Tibet to keep to its own path with or without the Dalai Lama: official

February 2, 2010

Xinhua (People's Republic of China)
February 2, 2010

BEIJING, Feb. 2 (Xinhua) -- Tibet will keep to
its own path with or without the Dalai Lama, said
a Chinese central government official Tuesday.

The central government hoped the Dalai Lama,
already 75, could settle his own affairs
concerning his own prospect when he was still
alive and would not pass away abroad, said Zhu
Weiqun, executive vice minister of the United
Front Work Department of the Communist Party of
China (CPC) Central Committee, at a press conference here.

He suggested that his followers should ponder
what they should do when the Dalai Lama departed this life.
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