‘Serfs Emancipation Day’ a ‘tit-for-tat’ against ‘Dalai clique’

May 10, 2014 12:18 pm0 commentsViews: 8

(TibetanReview.net, Mar 09, 2009) — China admitted Mar 6 that it instituted the “Serfs Emancipation Day” as a tool to fight the “Dalai Clique”. It is an important move to wage a “tit-for-tat struggle” against the Dalai clique, China’s official Xinhua news agency Mar 6 cited Legqog, director of the Standing Committee of the Tibetan Autonomous Regional People’s Congress, as saying on the sidelines of China’s annual national parliament session in Beijing.

“We’ll, for a long period of time, face austere test in maintaining unification of the motherland, fighting ethnic splittism, and maintaining social stability,” he was quoted as saying.

The rubberstamp parliament of Tibet Autonomous Region adopted in Jan’09 a motion declaring Mar 28 as Serfs Emancipation Day, commemorating the day in 1959 when China ostensibly dissolved the “local” government of Tibet.

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