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« on: September 14, 2014, 02:39:01 PM »
Suhasini Haidar: "You are known as the Sikyong…the head of the so-called Tibetan government in exile. But are you actually recognised by any government?"

Lobsang Sangay: "No we don’t have recognition"
[The Hindu 9 September 2014]

There it is, an illegal Ban on Dorje Shugden breaking the Constitutional Law of their host country India.
When will the Government of India hold Lobsang Sangay, the CTA, and the Dalai Lama to account?

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« Reply #1 on: September 15, 2014, 12:03:37 AM »
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The Hindu's exclusive interview with Dr. Lobsang Sangay, Sikyong or Leader of the self-styled "Tibetan Parliament in-exile"

You are known as the Sikyong…the head of the so-called Tibetan government in exile. But are you actually recognised by any government?

No we don’t have recognition. When we travel, people meet us because they want to. Even when I travel to the US for example, it’s not like we are welcomed to the State department, or met formally. We follow the norm that we meet with those who would like to meet us, and don’t complain about those who don’t. Because given a choice we would like to believe that they too would like to meet us. There’s no formal recognition, but the US has passed a Tibet act, under which Tibet is recognised as an issue and the executive is expected to promote dialogue between the Chinese government and the envoy of the Dalai Lama. And several resolutions have been passed in the US congress, the European parliament, French, Italian. At the people’s level, there is recognition, if not at the formal level, but we are received even though there is no formal recognition.


Source: http://www.thehindu.com/news/tibetan-prime-ministerinexile-speaks-to-suhasini-haider-in-an-exclusive-interview-with-the-hindu/article6393584.ece