US Bipartisan & Bicameral bill supports peaceful end to Tibet-China Conflict
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|This year the US Legislature has a golden opportunity to advance the reasonable goal of a negotiated agreement on Tibet through dialogue between Tibetan Leadership and the Chinese government by passing the "Promoting of Resolution to the Tibet-China Conflict Act" (H.R.533/S.138). US citizens may raise their voices in support of this law. You may send a message of support to your Representative or to your Senator just by filling in his/her name in a note already drafted here: https://act.savetibet.org/page/48393/action/1 After you fill in your personal information, just push on "Send Your Message". It only takes a couple of minutes!|
Washington DC, May 29.– U.S. Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX) and U.S. Sen. Todd Young (R-IN) unveiled a bipartisan, bicameral bill to amend federal law promoting dialogue between the Dalai Lama and the PRC.
“The Chinese Communist Party continues to oppress the Tibetan people. Tibetans are subject to the CCP’s mass surveillance and censorship tactics and are arbitrarily killed or imprisoned for expressing their desire for freedom,” Rep. McCaul said. “I am proud to introduce this bipartisan bill to reject the CCP’s claims that their tyranny over Tibet is legitimate and will assert the Tibetan people have a say in their own future.”
The Promoting a Resolution to the Tibet-China Conflict Act, H.R. 533/S.138, seeks to empower the United States government to achieve its long-standing goal of helping Tibetans and PRC authorities peacefully resolve their differences through dialogue, according to a bill summary provided by the lawmakers, which notes that there has been no formal dialogue between the two since 2010.Read more ...