Tibet: monaco tibetano condannato a 13 anni

Un monaco tibetano è stato condannato per 13 anni da un tribunale popolare locale  l’8 settembre 2010 per aver protestato contro il governo cinese.

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A Tibetan monk Wangdu Gyatso was sentenced for 13 Years by a local intermediate people’s court in Chamdho, eastern Tibet on 8th September 2010 for protesting against the Chinese Government. On August 2, 2009 he went to Chando City alone and protested against the Chinese government, demanding a Free Tibet and His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s return. At the time of his protest, Gyatso was studying Buddhist Philosophy at Palyul Monastery, Dege County, Eastern Tibet. He was arrested at same day by Chinese police, and after his arrest disappeared until his sentencing date, unable to be located or contacted by family. He was born in 1984 in Rasa Village, Lingchung Valley in Gojo County. His father, Pema Yeshi, and mother Tsega have ten children including Wangdu, their fifth son. When he was young Wangdu joined to Gara Monastery where he studied Ritual Prayers and Tantra texts, then later moved to Palyul Monastic College and studied Buddhist Philosophy to class five. His father was also sent to prison by the Chinese in1959. Recently he was expelled from his government post due to his son’s arrest.After his sentence his family is still unable to get information on where he is being held.

Fonte: Dossier Tibet, 18 settembre 2010

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