|Name||Dasho Nidup Zangpo|
This young member of the DPT representing Nubi-Tangsibji constituency of Trongsa, is seen as a promising candidate who will take the party ahead into the future.
With unwavering commitment to the DPT, Nidup aspires to “promote and deepen democracy in his constituency and the country.”
He has a Bachelor’s degree in Arts and has worked in luxury service management for the Amankora Group.
Nidup Zangpo aims to work hard to promote tourism in his constituency. One of DPT’s youngest members, Nidup believes that Bhutan can become a “shining example to other nations.”
|Name||Dasho Rinchen Dorji|
A vocal and incisive participant in many key discussions in past sessions of the Parliament and the National Assembly, Rinchen led the Legal Division of the Pension Fund office before resigning to join politics in 2008.
Representing Draagteng-Langthil constituency in Trongsa, he hopes to further strengthen the socio-economic significance of Trongsa, his home district, and use his experience and expertise “to carve a unique Bhutanese democracy.”
Rinchen Dorji has a Bachelor of Arts from Sherubtse College and a Master of Arts from Thailand.