Lesotho Leading Political Parties on a Final Campaign Trail

Publication Date:
30 May 2017
Lesotho, Governance

Lesotho's leading political parties have had their final say ahead of Sunday's elections, and it's now up to the voters to reward or punish them. Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili and Deputy Prime Minister Mothetjoa Metsing took turns praising each other. After 5 years of justifying their split, they are now trying to convince their supporters to vote for their reunification. Former Prime Minister Tom Thabane promised the elderly more money and defended his wife's honour.


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