Prague, Czech Republic, 2 December 2008 (phayul.com) - Tibet is facing a death sentence, said His Holiness the Dalai Lama yesterday in Prague, Czech Republic. His Holiness said that his faith towards the Chinese government is becoming thinner and thinner but that his faith in the Chinese people remain unshaken.
"If you act like a 'Yes minister,' whatever the other is doing, even something (is) wrong, then the other thinks it is OK," he said, stressing it was "important to point at others' mistakes."
On Sunday, His Holiness met with Czech Prime Minister Mirek Topolanek. The Prime Minister"s office released a statement and a photo of the two leaders. In the afternoon, His Holiness visited the Czech Parliament at the invitation of the Tibet Group in the Parliament which consisted of Ministers for Defense, Human Rights, Environment and Culture.
Then His Holiness met former President Vaclav Havel at his office in central Prague. The two leaders had a private meeting for about 30 minute before addressing the media.