Allows contact to the outside world and lets the world see inside Bhutan. Trade imports and exports thrive off this too.
Internet Cafe opens in Thimphu
Like the internet servers and limited television, the internet cafe allowed the community of Thimphu to connect with the outside world and other countries and share the wonders of Bhutan.
Bhutanese ministers discuss the repatriation of refugees living in Nepal
Some 100,000 ethnic Nepalese say they were forced out of Bhutan in the 1980s and 1990s alleging ethnic and political repression.
Bhutan's population reaches 600,000
More supplies and facilities are needed to cater for the excess of people living there. This effects the number of shops, roads, schools, houses, food sources, trade imports and exports and the economy too.
Capital punishment is abolished in Bhutan
Allows for a more humane way of punishing those who disobey the laws of Bhutan.
Constitution is proposed envisaging a parliamentary democracy
Allows the people of Bhutan to have more of a say in the way the country is run which enables the government to see what people want and where to improve things.
The Constitution of Bhutan is established
Allows order and justice to be set in concrete for Bhutan and are there to guide the government and the country's people to live safe and fair lives.
Bhutan becomes first nation to ban cigarettes and other tobacco products
This effects the citizens of Bhutan as there won't be any second-hand smoking as a result of people smoking and there will be a higher health standard throughout the country.