Tibetans to discuss their new prime minister



Dharamsala: The Tibetan community in exile will meet at an open house in McLeodganj on Saturday to arrive at a consensus prime ministerial candidate even before the 2011 polls. Though there appears to be unanimous support for the current premier Sandhong Rinpoche, the Tibetan constitution does not allow him another term. Various Tibetan social and political organizations will be meeting at the TIPA complex in McLeodganj to look for a person who could lead the government. There appears to great bit of excitement in the town here as people are being motivated through loudspeakers, banners, posters, etc to express their will at the meet.

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