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Druk National Congress - Political Organisation of Bhutan

 

The 1990  problem led to the mushrooming of many dissident organizations in exile to address the problems of the innocent people and their eventual repatriation to Bhutan in dignity and honour. However, they could not provide a strong opposition and match the might of the long established autocratic regime so a need was felt for an alternative force to effectively counter and expose the ruling establishment of its misdeeds. Hence, the DNC was born out of the exigencies of time. 

            Deeply moved on being a witness to the misery of his compatriots where tens of thousands of them were being made destitutes and pained at the deplorable condition of those inside the country, particularly in the east. Mr. Rongthong Kunley Dorji, a prominent business man, thought it unfair to remain an idle spectator on the entire happenings. Therefore, he decided to form a political party i.e. Druk National Congress (DNC) with membership from all parts of the country.

  The aims, objectives and other details are as stated below: 

FOUNDED ON                          : 16 JUNE, 1994
FOUNDING CHAIRMAN :  RONGTHONG KUNLEY DORJI (PRESIDENT)
STATUS          :

NATIONAL

 

IDEOLOGY :              : DEMOCRATIC SOCIALISM
EXECUTIVE MEMBERS   : 15
CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEMBERS : 7

AIMS & OBJECTIVES:

1.

To establish Human Rights Institutions and Commissions so that the social, religious, political and other individual rights of the citizens are brought at par with International Treaties, Norms and Conventions.

2.

To promote communal harmony with the establishment of an egalitarian society in Bhutan.

3.

To enhance Independent Judiciary so that justice prevails and no citizen is deprived of his most inalienable right to ‘Equality Before Law and Equal Protection of the Law’

4.

To repatriate and rehabilitate all Bhutanese Refugees back to their original homesteads in Bhutan.

5.

To enhance people to people co-operation in all spheres of life, with people of neighbouring countries, particularly India.

6.

To establish Constitutional Monarchy and a parliamentary system of governance with a written constitution, bill of rights and rule of law, where King shall be the constitutional head of the nation.

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