Dichiarazione del presidente dell’Ndpt

Il presidente del Partito Nazionale e Democratico del Tibet (NDPT), invitato per la terza volta in Italia, ha ringraziato, durante l’incontro, Mr Claudio Tecchio e gli altri oratori; Mr. Wei Jingsheng, Mr. Cai Chongguo, Mr Raffaele Bonanni, Mrs Giovanna Ventura e Christiana Ruggeri. La risoluzione discussa negli ultimi due incontri (risoluzione di Tornino del 2007) ha circolato in Tibet, India, Nepal e Buthan. L’NDPT crede che le violazioni messe in atto, dalla Repubblica Popolare Cinese, in campo economico in Tibet danneggino il gigante asiatico più di quelle, ben più visibili, dei diritti umani.

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Statement of the President of
National Democratic Party of Tibet (NDPT)
On the great importance for the future political strategy of the Trade Union and the perspectives of the trade union action in china and Tibet .

I would like to express my gratitude to the CISL Trade Union for inviting me to this meeting.. I had the privilege of attending two earlier meetings in Italy, invited by Mr. Claudio Teechio, and I have the honour of this third meeting as well. Also I would like to extend greetings to the speakers on this meeting; Mr. Wei Jingsheng, Mr Cai Chongguo, Mr Raffaele Bonanni, Mrs Giovanna Ventura and Christiana Ruggeri.
The NDPT has tried it’s level best to implement the resolutions passed during the Turin Declaration of 2007. The Central Executive members of NDPT have circulated the resolutions passed in both the meetings in Italy in Tibetan language to its regional organizations, all over India, Nepal and Bhutan and directed it’s regional executives to bring it under implementation.  In the last National Convention of NDPT held in September 2008, the resolutions of the two Turin Declarations were thoroughly discussed and NDPT passed resolutions supporting the Turin Declarations.
As Tibet is reeling under the worst period in its history and it is experiencing the worst violations of human rights, including social and economic rights. NDPT believes that violation of collective socio-economic rights in Tibet is silently taking a gigantic and lethal toll than the visible violations of individual political rights, which are of course grave too.  The violations of socio-economic rights are bringing demographic change in Tibet and it is changing the face of Tibet itself, bringing a early demise to the Tibet issue.  In the last National Convention of NDPT, resolutions were passed to raise the socio-economic issues in Tibet in global forums.  NDPT supports the principles of Free Trade. Hence, NDPT would like to urge members in the current meeting to support on the following points:
1.       To create a Tibetan language based economy in Tibet; rather than a Chinese language dominated economy.
2.       To urge Chinese government to set up independent trade union in Tibet to protect the workers’ right in Tibet.
3.       To foster self-reliance and build a local project management teams based on community based organisations (CBOs) through local capacity building in Tibet.
4.       Any development projects in Tibet should conduct feasible study and environmental impact assessments;
5.       In order to sustain exile Tibetan community’s culture, identity and struggle for a long run; the Government of India, Nepal and Bhutan should be urged to give an equal opportunity, access and rights for Tibetan refugees to participate in their respective countries.
On behalf of the Tibetans, I would like to thank CISL Trade Union again for inviting me and I hope that the good relationship between CISL trade union and NDPT will continue forever.

Issued by:
Chime Young dung (Mr.), President
National Democratic Party of Tibet (NDPT), Dharamsala,INDIA


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