DHARAMSHALA: A five-member committee formed by the Tibetan Supreme Justice Commission has begun reviewing the rules of the Tibetan statute, law of public prosecution, and the law of evidence that governs the proof of facts in a legal proceeding from today. The committee was established on 18 June and will review the laws till 17 August 2018 over a period of 45 days.
At the inaugural session of the review meeting today, the Chief Justice Commissioner spoke about the objectives of forming this review committee and gave instructions on the systems of reviewing the laws.
The review committee is headed by former Tibetan Chief Justice Commissioner Jadhur Sonam Sangpo while the Secretary of the committee is Tashi Gyatso, Secretary of the Tibetan Supreme Justice Commission. Other members of the review committee include Lhadruk, Justice Commissioner of Tibetan Local Justice Commission for Northern Region; legal scholar Namgyal Tsekyi and Rigzin Wangmo, Office Assistant at Tibetan Supreme Justice Commission.
The inaugural session of the review meeting was attended by Chief Justice Commissioner, two justice Commissioners, members of the review committee and staff of the Tibetan Supreme Justice Commission.
– Report filed in Tibetan by Tibetan Supreme Justice Commission