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The monarch in Lesotho should be given some powers: but not extreme powers

By Hoolo 'Nyane, Head of Department, Public and Environmental Law Department, University of Limpopo
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The kingdom of Lesotho has been marked by waves of political instability since independence from Britain in 1966. This has manifested in several forms – such as coups, mutinies, electoral disputes, forced exile of political opponents and assassinations. The most recent wave of instability, which necessitated the current long-running facilitation by the Southern African Development Community (SADC), was from 2014…


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