Bhutan. According to
Countryaah website, King Jigme Singye Wangchuk, who in 2002
celebrated the 30th anniversary of the throne, wants to
replace the absolute monarchy with constitutional monarchy
and multi-party systems. Bhutan lacks a written
constitution, but a special committee has drafted a
constitution to be approved by Parliament. In August,
Kinzang Dorji was appointed to the post of Prime Minister,
who rotates between the members of the government.
An EU delegation expressed concern that the issue of the
nearly 100,000 Bhutanese refugees in Nepal has not yet been
resolved, despite negotiations between Bhutan and Nepal.
Representatives of the refugees have appealed to India for