Ngawang Tobgay 

Age: 29 years

Village: Langpa-Nobgang

Gewog: Samar 


Double Bachelors in Arts and Law, BA LLB from India.

Post Graduate Diploma in National Law (PGDNL) from Royal Institute of Management in 2017.

Work experience

Volunteered for mass plantation of trees, paddy cultivation above Tendrelthang, and oral transmission of kangyur lung at Kuenselphodrang.

Provided free coaching classes for graduates preparing for PE in 2016 and 2017.

Lead a group of youth to raising concerns of the street food vendors.

Why should the people vote for you?

I am not participating in the NC elections because I am superior to the other candidates. I am doing so to fulfill my responsibility as a Bhutanese to serve and work for the welfare of our fellow citizens and for the security and sovereignty of our nation. I don’t like the statement “serving our King” because it is our King who is serving the people and nation in ways and means more so than we can ever repay. Therefore, it as my solemn responsibility to combine my passion for volunteerism and social service with my educational background in law to serve our nation and people.



Age: 37 years

Village: Haa Throm

Thromde: Haa Throm 


B.Ed, English Primary, Samtse College Of Education.

Work experience

Teacher at Damthang LSS, Haa. (2006-2008)

Teacher at Khangrab CPS , Bumthang (2008_2010)

Teacher at Tang MSS (2011- 2014)

Businessman (2014-2018).

Why should the people vote for you?

I am not a special person or a charismatic leader. I do not even possess any innate gifts for winning people’s vote but having reasonable experiences with a strong will to serve my country has driven me this far. I intend to bring forward the current concerns of the people with appropriate consultations and intensely commit to make a very harmonious and applicable acts, policies, bills and other legislation. If elected, I will put in my best effort to fulfill the needs and aspirations of people while safeguarding the sovereignty of the kingdom.


Tshering Dorji 

Age: 44 years

Village: Chumpa

Gewog: Bji  


B.Sc, Delhi University Sherubtse College,

PGCE, Royal University of Bhutan

Advance Diploma in University Teaching, University of New Brunswick, Canada

M.Sc, University of New England, Australia

Leadership Program for Parliamentarian,  RIGSS

B.A (Buddhist Philosophy, Institute of Mind Science, Zhung Dratshang)

Work experience

Lecturer at Sherubtse till 2008.

Member of Parliament in the National Council since then.

Why should the people vote for you?

Happiness is the ultimate goal of our livelihood. Conscious pursuit of this goal for all is enshrined in our Constitution. A happy society can be created through meaningful legislations and policies, which respond to the voices of its citizen.

As I offer my profound gratitude to the people of Haa for having elected me as the National Council member for the last two terms, I would like to use my own experience of last ten years as a legislator of having interacted with the relevant institutions and people from all walks of life over the years to fulfill the noble vision of a just and harmonious society.

Ugyen Namgay 

Age: 35 years

Village: Mochu

Gewog: Sangbaykha  


Masters of Public Policy from ANU,

International Diploma from NUEPA, Delhi

PG Diploma in Public Administration from RIM

BA (Dzongkha Honors) from ILCS, Semtokha

Work experience

Senior Analyst at Office of Performance Management,

PS of Education Minister

Senior Planning Officer, MoE

Producer, BBS

Teacher, Chukha HSS

Why should the people vote for you?

Born and brought up in a remote community, I feel I can represent the voice of ordinary people well. My motto this election is “An ordinary representative for ordinary people”.

I have committed leadership abilities which is evident from past experiences such as prefects in school and I was president of ABAC, chairperson of BAAA and Australia Awards ambassador to Bhutan.

I have diverse work experiences.

I am interested in social service and I will continue to help my community irrespective of the outcome of the election.


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