BKP introduces four new candidates including one female candidate
The Bhutan KuenNyam Party (BKP) introduced four new candidates including one female candidate for their party this week.
The two candidates are teachers having served in education sector for 29 years. The other candidates is one of the recipient of the European Education Program from Aristotle University of the Thessaloniki, Greece and another candidate is with the three years’ experience in managing and implementing occupational hazard and safety standards.
Dorji Wangchuk from Pemagatshel is one of the recipients of the European Education Program from Aristotle University of the Thessaloniki, Greece.
He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from College of Science and Technology. He said,“I am inspired by the leadership role that Dasho Neten Zangmo illustrated so far.”
When world democracies are plagued with dirty politics Dasho Neten Zangmo can prescribe democracy that is good for Bhutan. And he said that he has confidence in her.
As a young graduate, he said he was stunned by nepotism that exists in the system experienced in the job interviews. He said that he will show example for the disadvantaged youth that they are not less than any other if not better.
Dorji said that he is very thankful to the BKP for providing him this platform and he said he will try to help maintaining the institutional sus- tainability of BKP being in a mix of experienced one.
Dorji Wangchuk will contest from KharYurung constituency in Pemagatsel.
With the working experience of 29 years in the education sector Dr. Dechen Zangmo from Punakha will be contesting from Kabji-Talo constituency. She headed the English Department at College of Education and moreover mentored many masters student in the past. She has PhD in Education Curriculum Development and a Master’s Degree in Education both from Australia.
Lhakpa Tshering from Sampheling gewog brings in him with the working experience of three years in managing and implementing occupational hazard and safety standards. He will be contesting from Phuentsholing constituency. Lhakpa Tshering has a Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce from Royal Thimphu College.
He said that BKP has been a party that has long term commitments with no political expediency uncompromising on its values. He also said that BKP sees politics as a sacred responsibility. Further attaching the importance on youth engagement and seeing potential in me.
Dhan Kumar Ghalley from Pemaling gewog will contest from Tashicholing constituency in Samtse. He has working experience of 29 year at managerial levels in the education sector. He has served as school Principal in many Dzongkhags. He has a Master’s Degree in Education from Acharya University, India.
Dasho Neten Zangmo, President of BKP said that for the country and nation to be strong, democracy has to be strong. For democracy to be strong people has to be strong, citizens has to take responsibility. We have to take responsibility.
To build fundamental value of trust in creating vibrant democracy, BKP launched its party’s social media platform to exchange thoughts and idea, listening to each other and understanding each other better and to have constructive discussions and engagement.
In listening to each other, we understand each other better, with understanding each other better, we develop trust. And with that trust, we will make our democracy stronger together, said Dasho Neten Zangmo.
BKP introduces new candidate Lhakpa Tshering from Phuentsholing constituemcy in Chukkha , Dhan Kumar Ghalley from Tashicholing constituency in Samtse, Dr. Dechen Zangmo from Kabji-Talo constituency in Punakha and Dorji Wangchuk from Khar-Yurung...