Prominent Chilean MP to set up parliamentary Tibet group

December 5, 2015 11:20 pm0 commentsViews: 67
Mr Vlado Mirosevic, Chilean MP, is a founder and current national president of the Liberal party of Chile.

Mr Vlado Mirosevic, Chilean MP, is a founder and current national president of the Liberal party of Chile.

(TibetanReview.net, Dec05, 2015) – A Chilean MP, leader of a political party founded by him, has promised to set up a Tibet group in his country’s parliament following a five-day visit, beginning Nov 30, to the exile Tibetan administration at Dharamshala, India. The MP, Vlado Mirosevic, was accompanied by Mr Fernando Salinas, a member of Friends of Tibet, Chile.

During the visit Mr Mirosevic, who is a founder and current national president of the Liberal party of Chile, and Mr Salinas met with the Dalai Lama and said they were impressed by his “message of non-violence, warm-heartedness and compassion towards all fellow human beings.”

The first-time Dharamshala visitors had a firsthand observation of the exile Tibetan administration and its leadership and were familiarized with information about the current situation in Tibet besides the exile administration’s ‘Middle Way Policy’.

Speaker Penpa Tsering with Chilean MP Mr Vlado Mirosevic and Friends of Tibet, Chile members Mr Fernando Salinas and Ms Margarita Serrano at the Parliamentary Secretariat on 1 December 2015. (Photo courtesy: tibet.net)

Speaker Penpa Tsering with Chilean MP Mr Vlado Mirosevic and Friends of Tibet, Chile members Mr Fernando Salinas and Ms Margarita Serrano at the Parliamentary Secretariat on 1 December 2015. (Photo courtesy: tibet.net)

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