Lesotho Urged to Consider SADC Reforms

Ramaphosa says that lasting stability in Lesotho will be promoted if stakeholders in that country give consideration to the SADC’s recommendations on constitutional and security reforms

South Africa’s Deputy President, Cyril Ramaphosa, says that lasting stability in Lesotho will be promoted if stakeholders in that country give consideration to the Southern African Development Community’s (SADC) recommendations on constitutional and security reforms.

Ramaphosa says that fruitful discussions had been held with King Letsie III and Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili and members of his cabinet, as well as leaders of the opposition parties, following his visit to that country.

Ramaphosa presented a report of the facilitation process in Lesotho and attached to the report was the recommendation that SADC is making to Lesotho in relation to constitutional reforms as well as security reforms.

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Source: 
Independent Online

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