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INPaT Launches Website

July 7, 2011

6 July, 2011

Today, on this happy occasion of the 76th Birthday of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, International Network of Parliamentarians on Tibet (INPaT) announces the launch of its website, www.inpatnet.org which was inagurated in Washington, DC by Hon. Penpa Tsering, the Speaker of the Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile (TPiE).
On this auspicious day, INPaT joins the six million Tibetan people and others all over the world in celebrating the birthday of this highly respected spiritual leader now regarded one of the best known steadfast promoters of religious harmony and secular ethics in the world.  We wish His Holiness many returns of the day and pray for His Long Life to guide the Tibetan freedom struggle.
While there are many Tibet-related websites with rich resources and information, INPaT's website will be unique as it will devote its space to resources and news of the past and present initiatives on Tibet by parliamentarians all over the world, including by many Tibet Parliamentary Groups such as the Tibet Intergroup of the European Parliament.
Through this announcement, INPaT renews its call to parliamentarians to join our network to further the just cause of the Tibetan people who continue to face systematic violations for their human rights and fundamental freedoms under communist China's rule.
 
Matteo Mecacci, INPaT Co-Chair
Thomas Mann, INPaT Co-Chair


Note: -- 133 Members from 33 worldwide Parliaments who took part in the 5th World Parliamentarians Convention on Tibet (18/19 November 2009, Rome) adopted the “Rome Declaration on Tibet” which constituted the International Network for Parliamentarians on Tibet (INPaT).

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