Why Does Tibetan Democracy Matter?

Tibetans in Dharamsala voting in the Sikyong and parliamentary elections in March 2016.

September 3, 2020    By: Bhuchung Tsering

On September 2, 2020 we celebrated the 60th anniversary of Tibetan Democracy Day, marking the day in 1960 when the first Tibetan parliament in exile was established.

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