sábado, noviembre 19, 2005
Dalai Lama, un consejero.
Dharamshala November 19, 2005 (Phayul) - His Holiness the Dalai Lama said that the elected leadership of Tibet will decide Tibet's political stand and will keep aspirations of the Tibetans in mind while deciding on issues.His Holiness was reacting in Scottish capital of Edinburgh to questions put by the media on the position of the Tibetan government should it fail to achieve 'genuine autonomy'. His Holiness the Dalai Lama was in Edinburgh to participate in the fourth World Parliamentarians Convention on Tibet, reported Voice of Tibet.His Holiness said that his main concerns now are promotion of religious harmony, human values, and peace. Indicating that the decision making power lies with the elected leadership, His Holiness said," I am acting like an adviser, may be a senior adviser".His Holiness reiterated that despite four round of visits by his envoys to China, there has not been any significant improvement in the situation of the Tibetans in Tibet. His Holiness said that it was not a question of the return of about a hundred thousand Tibetans to Tibet but that of the right of the 6 million Tibetans.Despite protests from the Chinese government, the fourth World Parliamentarians Convention on Tibet went on as planned.