The Independent Electoral Commission has announced the final tally for National Assembly seats. The All Basotho Convention is the biggest winner, with 47 constituency seats and one proportional representation (PR) seat.
Deputy President Welcomes Lesotho Elections Outcomes
SAnews.gov.za, 7 June 2017
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa, who is also the SADC Facilitator, has welcomed the determination of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and African Union (AU)… Read more »
Final Elections Tally Announced After Snap Poll
Lesotho Times, 6 June 2017
THE Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) has announced the final National Assembly seats tally after the 3 June 2017 elections. Read more »
Lesotho's former Prime Minister Thomas Thabane is poised to form a coalition government after his party won snap elections at the weekend, according ... see more »
Lesotho's election results announced.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa Welcomes Peaceful, Democratic Elections in Lesotho
Govt of SA, 7 June 2017
SADC Facilitator and Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has today, Wednesday 7 June 2017, welcomed the determination of the SADC and AU election observer missions that the elections… Read more »
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