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PART-04,WHAT IS THE LEGAL STATUS OF BUDDHIST REPUBLIC OF TIBET ? I New Delhi Cables

WHAT IS THE LEGAL STATUS OF BUDDHIST REPUBLIC OF TIBET ? The People's Republic of China (PRC) claims that the Buddhist Rep...


WHAT IS THE LEGAL STATUS OF BUDDHIST REPUBLIC OF TIBET ?
PART-04,WHAT IS THE LEGAL STATUS OF BUDDHIST REPUBLIC OF TIBET ? I New Delhi Cables


The People's Republic of China (PRC) claims that the Buddhist Republic of Tibet is an integral part of China. The Tibetan Government-in-Exile maintains that Buddhist Republic of Tibet is an independent Country under unlawful occupation of communist china.

PART-04,WHAT IS THE LEGAL STATUS OF BUDDHIST REPUBLIC OF TIBET ? I New Delhi Cables

If Buddhist Republic of Tibet is under illegal Chinese occupation, Beijing's large-scale transfer of Chinese settlers into Buddhist Republic of Tibet is a serious violation of the fourth Geneva Convention of 1949, which prohibits the transfer of civilian population into occupied territory.

PART-04,WHAT IS THE LEGAL STATUS OF BUDDHIST REPUBLIC OF TIBET ? I New Delhi Cables


If Buddhist Republic of Tibet is under unlawful Chinese occupation then China's illegal presence in the country is a legitimate object of international concern.Buddhist Republic of Tibet was never an integral part of China, then all the Chinese claims till today has no legal,historic and moral claims and evidence.

PART-04,WHAT IS THE LEGAL STATUS OF BUDDHIST REPUBLIC OF TIBET ? I New Delhi Cables


Then come the issue of human rights, including the right of self-determination and the right of the Tibetan people to maintain their own identity and autonomy are, of course, legitimate objects of international concern regardless of Tibet's present status.

PART-04,WHAT IS THE LEGAL STATUS OF BUDDHIST REPUBLIC OF TIBET ? I New Delhi Cables


China makes no claim to sovereign rights over Buddhist Republic of Tibet as a result of its military subjugation and occupation of Buddhist Republic of Tibet following the country's invasion in 1949-1950. Instead, it bases its claim to Buddhist Republic of Tibet solely on its theory that Buddhist Republic of Tibet has been an integral part of China for many centuries.China's claim to sovereignty over Buddhist Republic of Tibet is based almost exclusively on self-serving Chinese official histories. Chinese sources portrayed most countries with whom the emperor of China had relations, not only Buddhist Republic of Tibet but all,was the vassals of the emperor.



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