By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
A senior official said on Saturday that Tibetan leaders debating how to advance their struggle for freedom in the last session of a pivotal meeting were likely to support the Dalai Lama's path of compromise.
Exile leader Samdhong Rinpoche said that there "appears to be a quiet consensus in favor of the middle path approach, as we expected before."
Rinpoche is the prime minister of the Tibetan government-in-exile.
Participants have also said that it was unlikely that the meeting would result in a dramatic break with the Dalai Lama's approach, which pushes for autonomy but not independence.
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