Youngest MP in Tibet’s Parliament-in-Exile Tenzin Dhardon Sharling spoke on Tibet at yesterday’s 6th annual Geneva Summit for Human Rights and Democracy.
The full speech is available on video here at the 01:29:00 mark:
- “Normally the body’s torn apart so that the women can create life, however through the Chinese family planning policy body is torn apart so that life can be blocked.”
- “We must make sure china remains accountable for its actions. They sit proudly on the Human Rights Council, on the Security Council, and dictate how Syria should deal with its situation.”
- “Navi Pillay ends her second term in September and still has not visited Tibet.”