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they are controlled by the Chinese communist party

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Q: What type of government does Tibet have?
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What type of gonverment dose Tibet have?

it has republican government

Which is the type of government in Tibet Democracy Monarchy or Dictatorship?

Tibet is an autonomous region of China. China is a socialist republic.

What kind of government does Tibet have?

The country of Tibet has an autonomous government that reports to China. Tibet is thought to be a part of China but Tibetans say Tibet is an independent country.

What government is Tibet under?

tibet is under a democratic republic.

After the Chinese invasion of Tibet in 1950 the Chinese government designated Tibet as?

an autonomous region

Chinese invasion of Tibet 1951?

Tibet surrendered but had an agreement to keep its regional self-government, have free religious beliefs, and no immediate change in the government.

Where does the relationship between China and Tibet stand today?

Shamefully, Tibet has been militarily occupied by China for many years.

Is the tibetan government communist?

Tibet was assumed into China following the invasion of Tibet by the Chinese Peoples Liberation Army. As such, it is governed under the Chinese communist system. Tibet's former government, lead by the Deli Lama, still operates in exile in northern India.

Which country is Tibet in?

After the Chinese government took over Tibet in 1950, the former country of Tibet became a part of China. Many people feel that Tibet is still its own country and work to bring freedom back to to the Tibetan people.

In Tibet what is the Buddhist leader who led the government called?

Dalai Lama was the Buddhist leader who led the government

What is a Tibetan capital?

The current capital of Tibet is Lhasa. You can learn more about Tibet at the Wikipedia. Once on the website, type "Tibet" into the search field at the top of the page and press enter to bring up the information.

Did the Chinese government keep their promise between them and Tibet?

Don't know. Sorry :/