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Lesotho due to hold elections despite lack of progress on key political reforms

By Hoolo 'Nyane, Head of Department, Public and Environmental Law Department, University of Limpopo
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Lesotho is due to hold national elections in mid-October. The polls were expected to be held under a new constitutional regime resulting from a reform process that started in 2012. But, the process has not yielded much fruit.

There’s widespread consensus – locally and internationally – that the constitutional kingdom of about 2.2 million must reform its political system to overcome recurrent political instability. But successive governments have failed to bring about the necessary changes.

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