Tibetan Government

The Tibetan Government may refer to:

Currently:

  • Central Tibetan Administration, commonly known as the Tibetan Government-in-exile, headed by the 14th Dalai Lama and Prime Minister Lobsang Sangay
  • Government of Tibet Autonomous Region in the People's Republic of China

Historically:

  • The Kashag, a council of four and a small number of appointed officials, following the dual system of government administered Tibet from 1642 until the 1950s under the leadership of the Dalai Lamas or regents.
  • Any of the various other regimes which were dominant in Tibet prior to 1642, beginning with the Tibetan Empire.

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