October 10, 2013 : Congressional-Executive Commission on China

Washington, DC—The bipartisan Congressional-Executive Commission on China has released its 2013 Annual Report on human rights and rule of law developments in China, which it is required to do by October 10 of each year.

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INPaT initiatives

INPaT has launched a number of initiatives related to the issue of Tibet.

In 2011, INPaT has conducted an observer mission to the Tibetan elections in exile. Elections for the Tibetan parliament in exile and the Kalon Tripa, the Chief Minister of the Tibetan Cabinett in Exile, have taken place in a number of countries worldwide. Among them: India, USA, Canada, Switzerland, Belgium.

INPaT has sent several teams to observe the election process and published a report on its findings, including recommendations to the Tibetan institutions in exile.

Read INPaT's report on the Tibetan elections in exile.

In September 2010, INPaT members have been honorary guests at the celebrations to honor 50 years of Tibetan democratic institutions in exile which took place in the southern Indian settlement of Bylakuppe.

On occasion of the celebrations INPaT released a statement on Tibetan democracy in exile.

Read INPaT's statement on Tibetan democracy in exile.

Furthermore, INPaT has undertaken the following initiatives:

Statement on confiscated Tibetan ballot boxes in Nepal.

Statement on occasion of the G8 meeting 2010.