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Prof. Samdhong Rinpoche has won the final round of election again for the second time with a landslide majority of 90.72% of the total votes cast....
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cultureforward  

Location: usa
Subject: election statistics
Jul 03 2006 04:05 AM

As provided by the media in most countries, it would be interesting and educational to be able to read and get information on the make-up of the votes by age, province and sect etc., as well as by regions in India & Nepal as well as around the world. Some polling information on why people cast their votes as they did would also be extremely interesting, not only for us today, but so that future generations can understand why we did the things we did today, for better or worse.
TLA361559  

Location: Dsala
Subject: Rimpoche Elected Kalon
Jul 02 2006 07:16 AM

If Tibet is to survive post HHDL, we need to look at ourselves and rethink our future actions, especially concerning the direction our government in exile is taking. It is time to rethink and restructure in order to counter China’s hijacking of our high lamas. With due respect to our Rimpoches, Tulkus and monks who have contributed selflessly towards an amiable and peaceful solution to the Tibetan crisis, yet there are many young people who would like to see them take on a different role, that of mentors and guides and not actively participate in governing. The Chinese have always, used our Lama and Tulkus to blackmail the Tibetan population at large into submission and in order to counter this centuries old weak point, many are of the opinion that our government in exile be run by lay officers and not ordained monks. Our illustrious Lamas and Tulkus should realize that they are not doing us a service if they play the Chinese game of divide and rule.
- Spokesperson for TLA
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