China calls popular Tibetan PM candidate a “terrorist”

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China on Tuesday labeled Dr Lobsang Sangay, the “43-year old Harvard trained legal scholar”, who is dubbed by many as next Prime Minister of the Tibet’s Government in exile after Sunday’s elections as a “terrorist”.

In an article, titled “Terrorist poised to rule “Tibetan government in-exile”?”, published by the People’s Daily, a mouthpiece of the Chinese Communist regime, Sangay was labeled a terrorist for once serving as an executive member in the pro-independence Tibetan Youth Congress (TYC).

“Meanwhile, the Tibetan government in-exile is set to elect a new prime minister Sunday as a political leader. It is said that winner would still operate in the shadow cast by the Dalai Lama but noted that the current frontrunner, Lobsang Sangay, a Tibetan who was trained in Harvard as a legal scholar, enjoys wide popularity among young exiles,” the article noted…

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