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Senior religious figures representing four schools of Tibetan Buddhism on Wednesday unanimously endorsed the Dalai Lama’s sole authority to choose his successor, guaranteeing legitimacy that a possible Chinese appointee would lack.

Over 100 lamas, including nine high lamas, or senior Buddhist priests, representing all schools of Tibetan Buddhism, adopted a special resolution to that effect on the first day of the 14th Tibetan Religious Conference, which lasts until Friday.

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