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Three key appointments in CTA’s autonomous offices/ENG

2019. szeptember 23./Phayul.com/TibetPress

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By Tenzin Dharpo

DHARAMSHALA, Sept. 23: Three key positions of the Central Tibetan Administration’s independent bodies were elected anew on Monday during the third day of the ongoing session the Tibetan Parliament in Exile, the legislative body of the exile Tibetan government here.

Former Secretary of the Information and International Relations wing of the CTA, Sonam Norbu Dagpo, was elected the new Chief Justice Commissioner of the Tibetan Supreme Justice Commission. He secured the position with a majority of 30 votes against 8 for Ngodup Dorjee, the former Representative of Office of Tibet, Geneva. The two were finalised as candidates for the highest position of the judiciary body of the CTA by a selection committee comprising of outgoing Chief Justice Commissioner, Speaker and Deputy Speaker of Tibetan Parliament and Sikyong Dr Lobsang Sangay.

Dagpo is a veteran civil servant with over 30 years of service holding various positions such as the former Representative of His Holiness the Dalai Lama in Australia. He was also a member of the Tibetan delegation for Sino Tibet talks.

The Tibetan Supreme Justice Commission will also have Secretary Tenzin Lungtok as the new Justice Commissioner. He was elected with a majority vote of 28 against 11 votes for Tsewang Ngodup, Additional Secretary of the Office of Auditor General, earlier today. Lungtok has been serving CTA for the last 24 years and is currently serving as the Secretary of CTA’s Department of Religion and Culture.

Another key appointment was the Secretary of the Department of Home, Wangdu Tsering Pesur who was elected the new Chief Election Commissioner and Chairman of the Public Service Commission. Secretary Wangdu Tsering secured the position with 23 votes against 18 for Tashi Gyatso Shadrung, Secretary-General, Tibetan Supreme Justice Commission. Pesur has 34 years of service to CTA, at different positions including as the Director of Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts among others.


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