တုိင္းရင္းသားအသံ တရားမွ်တမွဳအတြက္တုိက္ပြဲဝင္အသံမ်ား

တုိင္းရင္းသားအသံ
ဖားအက်င့္ပါတဲ့ထုိင္းအစုိးရက တိဗက္ဘုန္းေတာ္ၾကီး ဒလုိင္လာမာ၏ႏွမေတာ္ကုိျပည္ဝင္ခြင့္ဗီဇာထုတ္မေပး

ဘုန္ေတာ္ၾကီးဒလုိင္လာမာ၏ႏွမေတာ္ဂ်တ္စုန္ဘီမာဟာ မာတ္ခ်္လ ၅ရက္ေန.မွစ၍ ၇ ရက္ေန.အထိထုိင္းႏုိင္ငံသုိ.ေရာက္ရွိရ ရန္ရွိပါသည္၊သူမသြားတဲ့ကိစၥကေတာ့ From Himalayas to the Chao Prayar River လုိ.အမည္ရွိေသာ ဟိမလယေတာင္ ေပၚကေန ေစာဖရာျမစ္စြန္းသုိ. လုိ.အဓိပၸါယ္ရေသာ အႏုပညာႏွင့္ယဥ္းေက်းမွဳျပပြဲတစ္ရပ္ကုိ ဘန္ေကာက္ျမဳိ.ရွိ Bangkok Art and Culture Center မွာက်င္းပရန္စီစဥ္ထားတဲ့ျပပြဲကုိလာမည့္စေနေန.မွာတက္ေရာက္မိန္.ခြန္းေျပာၾကားရန္ျဖစ္သည္၊

ယင္ကဲ့သုိ. ဗီဇာထုတ္မေပးေအာင္တရုတ္အစုိးရသံအမတ္အရာရွိေတြကထုိင္းအစုိးရကုိနာခ်စည္းရုံးမွဳေၾကာင့္ျဖစ္သည္ဟု သံတမန္သတင္းရပ္ကြက္ကဆုိပါသည္၊ထုိင္းအစုိးရအေနနဲ. တိဗက္အေရးႏွင့္ပတ္သက္တဲ့ႏုိင္ငံနဲ.ႏုိင္ငံေရးအခက္အခဲရွိလာ ႏုိင္ျခင္းကုိမလုိလာတဲ့သေဘာရွိသည္ဟုထုိင္းလက္ေထာက္ႏုိင္ငံျခားေရးဝန္ၾကီး ခ်ဝႏြန္ကေျပာပါသည္၊

ထုိင္းအစုိးရ၏လုပ္ရပ္ကုိ လူ.မွဳေရးေဝဖန္သူ Sulaksiwaraksa ဆူလက္ဇီဝရက္စာ ကေဝဖန္ေျပာဆုိသည္၊ထုိင္းႏုိင္ငံအတြင္း ဘယ္သူဘယ္ဝါဝင္လုိ.ရတယ္၊ဝင္လုိ.မရဘူးဆုိတဲ့ဟာကုိတရုတ္အစုိးရကကြ်န္ေတာ္တုိ. ထုိင္းႏုိင္ငံကုိ ညြန္းၾကားခ်က္ေပးေန တဲ့သေဘာသက္ေရာက္ေနတယ္လုိ. သူကေဝဖန္ေျပာဆုိသြားပါသည္၊မၾကာေသးခင္က တရုတ္အမ်ဳိးသား ၄ ေယာက္ထုိင္းႏုိ င္ငံတရုတ္သံရုံေရွ.မွာဆႏၵျပတာကုိလည္းဖမ္းဆီျပီး တရုတ္အစုိးရလက္ထဲမၾကာမီလႊဲႊအပ္ေပးမည့္ဟာကုိလည္းသူကေဝဖန္ ေျပာဆုိသြားပါသည္၊

ထုိ.ေၾကာင့္၊ ဖားအက်င့္ပါတဲ့ထုိင္းအစုိးရကုိသတိထားသင့္ျပီး ေနႏုိင္ရင္ေဝေဝေရွာင္ၾကပါလုိ.အသိေပးလုိက္ပါသည္။

‘MOTHER OF TIBET’
Dalai Lama’s sister denied visa

Published on March 4, 2010

Jetsun Pema, younger sister of Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, and her husband Tenpa Tsering, were denied an entry visa to Thailand due to fears their political message during a cultural event would upset “another country,” the Foreign Ministry said yesterday – presumably meaning China.
Jetsun Pema, the younger sister of Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, and her husband Tenpa Tsering, were denied an entry visa to Thailand due to fears their political message during a cultural event would upset “another country,” the Foreign Ministry said yesterday – presumably meaning China.

Jetsun Pema was supposed to be in Thailand from March 5-7 to join the Tibetan spirituality, art and culture event entitled “From the Himalayas to the Chao Phya River” hosted at the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre. She was scheduled to speak on Saturday on Buddhist education for Tibetan schools in exile, and about her book “Tibet: My story”.

The pair’s request for an entry visa was rejected as Thailand did not want to have any political difficulties with another concerned country, said the Foreign Minister’s secretary, Chavanond Intarakomalyasut.

“We don’t have any problem with cultural and art events from Tibet, but wanted to reserve our right to reject any politically related issue which might affect good relations with another country,” he said, without naming the country.

A diplomatic source said officials from the Chinese Embassy in Bangkok had lobbied Thai autho-rities to block the entire event. A compromise was reached to retain only the cultural and arts sections of |the event after negotiations with |the organiser, the Sathirakoses-Nagapradipa Foundation.

Social critic Sulak Sivaraksa slammed Foreign Minister Kasit Piromya for the visa refusal, accusing the Thai government of caving in to pressure from China.

“We have allowed China to dictate to us [about whom to allow into the Kingdom and whom not to]. Four Chinese nationals were also recently arrested while protesting in front of the Chinese Embassy [in Bangkok] and are soon to be deported”, he said.

Surasi Kosolnawin, chairman of the co-sponsor Sathirakoses-Naga-pradipa Foundation, personally lobbied Kasit but to no avail, he said.

Sulak claimed that Kasit told Surasi he did not want China to be upset with Thailand, now that both Cambodia and Burma are already upset with the Kingdom. He told [Surasi] that Cambodia and Burma already hated him.

Sulak urged Thailand to follow the US in handling the Tibetan issue and cited a recent meeting between US President Barack Obama and the Dalai Lama as an example.

Dubbed the “Mother of Tibet” by Tibetan People’s Deputies in exile, Jetsun Pema, 70, has played a significant role in the Tibetan political movement. She became the first woman minister in the Tibetan government-in-exile. She has focused her work on education and received many world-famous awards for her work in education and peace, including the Unesco Medal in 1999.

Jetsun Pema played the role of her own mother in “Seven Years in Tibet”, a 1997 movie about the young Dalai Lama.

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