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CTA remains committed to the middle way approach

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There appears to be no end in sight to the tensions between the Tibetans and the government of China. Nevertheless, on the third anniversary of a successful democratic transition the Central Tibetan Administration has reaffirmed its commitment to the middle way approach reported the Central Tibetan Administration on Aug. 9, 2014.

Just yesterday the Central Tibetan Administration marked the third anniversary of the successful democratic transition in the aftermath of His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s complete devolution of political authority to the democratically elected Tibetan leadership. The Central Tibetan Administration is based in Dharamshala, India where His Holiness the Dalai Lama lives in exile.

On the occasion of the third anniversary of the transition to a democratic power by the CTA Sikyong Dr. Lobsang Sangay worked with the Tibetan leadership to organize a prayer service to pay tribute and express solidarity with all the Tibetan self-immolators along with those courageous Tibetans who continue to suffer under the repressive Chinese regime.

Dr. Sangay has reaffirmed his commitment to pursue a dialogue with China reports The Tibet Post. He has again reiterated his administration's firm commitment aimed at pursuing a meaningful dialogue with the Chinese government aimed at seeking genuine autonomy for Tibet. However, Dr. Sangay has also sent a clear message to the Chinese government that Tibetans in exile plan to keep the Tibetan movement alive.