Storm In A Teacup

September 2007
Africa Monitor: Southern Africa;Sep2007, Vol. 12 Issue 9, p9
Country Report
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The article forecasts the political outlook of Lesotho, specifically political violence and increased instability. The country's disputed general election produced power struggles between the vested interests. Its polity is dominated by vested interests such as the monarchy and associated politicians. This caused the political mood to be increasingly uncomfortable. Its Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili is struggling to deal with a re-emergence of political violence.


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