Mounting incidents of self immolations as mark of protest against Chinese oppression topped the agenda of lawmakers as the Tibetan Parliament-in-exile wrapped up its budget session here on Thursday.
The second Special General meeting of Tibetans would be held at Dharamsala from September 25 to 28 to discuss the critical issues of self immolations.
The amendments were debated during the special three day session of the Tibetan Parliament.
The Tibetan Parliament-in-exile decided on Monday to form a committee to ensure a smooth transition after the Dalai Lama`s resignation from politics.
The Dalai Lama has conveyed his
"clear no" to the resolution of Tibetan parliament in exile,
asking the spiritual leader to reconsider his retirement plan.
The Speaker of the Tibetan parliament-in-exile, Pempa Tsering, has said that China should allow international agencies to see the Panchen Lama, the successor of their spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama.
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