Nthak­eng Pheello heello Selinyane

Lesotho Times - - Opinion & Analysis -

oly of coali­tions, nor have the now trendy coali­tion agree­ments proven a cure for the same, nor can they, short of po­lit­i­cal will.

Some ac­tivist quar­ters in­sist on pub­li­ca­tion of the agree­ment so as to en­able them to timeously pick up any marginal­i­sa­tion or wa­ter­ing down of pop­u­lar de­mands of their con­stituents or clients — of­ten ex­plained away as sac­ri­fices for reach­ing all-party un­der­stand­ing — and de­mand their restora­tion and due pri­ori­ti­sa­tion.

The du­bi­ous el­e­va­tion of the 2012 ABCBNP-LCD Agree­ment to supremacy over the Con­sti­tu­tion, by the deputy prime min­is­ter mis­read­ing its re­quire­ments of con­sul­ta­tion to mean the prime min­is­ter should seek prior con­sent of his part­ners be­fore ex­er­cis­ing his con­sti­tu­tion­ally con­ferred pre­rog­a­tive.

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