More measures promised to fight splittism in Tibet


(, Mar 14, 2009) — The Tibet regional people’s congress had introduced a series of laws, regulations and resolutions to better help the region check separatism activities, China’s official Xinhua news agency Mar 12 quoted Legqog, Chairman of the regional parliament, as saying. He had said the resolutions and decisions adopted by the regional legislature played an important role in fighting splittism and sustaining stability in Tibet.

The measures included a resolution by the standing committee of the regional people’s congress to denounce the violent crimes against people and their property in the “riot”. Another was the decision in Jan’09 to mark Mar 28 as “Serfs Emancipation Day” as a “tit-for-tat struggle” against the Dalai Lama clique.

The report cited Legqog as saying the region will continue to strengthen legislation and law enforcement to fight separatism and ensure national security and regional stability.


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