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“Change is also coming to the Tibetan political system. It is unfortunate that it happens in exile, but this does not stop us learning the art of democracy. I have long looked forward to the time when we could devise a political system, suited both to our traditions and the demands of the modern world. Since we came into exile, we have tried to build up the Chitue, the elected assembly of representatives, as a key feature of our effort to develop such a system. We are now embarking on changes which will further democratise and strengthen our administration in exile. I hope that that these changes will allow the people of Tibet to have a clear say in determining the future of our country. It is therefore a matter great pride to me that last month the Tibetans exiles went to the polls for the eleventh time to elect a new assembly of representatives… Already since the special Congress held last May, the members of the Kashag, the executive head of our administration, are elected officials, no longer appointed by me.
This democratisation has reached out to Tibetans all over the world… I believe that future generations of Tibetans will consider these changes among the most important achievement of our experience in exile.”
His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama
House of Commons All-Party Parliamentary Group
March 21, 1991
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