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Formation of a government in Lesotho in the case of a hung parliament
Although the question of the formation of a government has generated a lot of interest amongst constitutional and political scholars elsewhere, in Lesotho it has never really been much of aExpand
A critique of the Swazi Constitutional rules on succession to kingship
Several aspects of Swazi constitutional law oftentimes present a jigsaw puzzle to many scholars of constitutional law. The promulgation of the new Constitution in 2005 purportedly marked an end toExpand
Limitation of human rights under the constitution of Lesotho and the jurisprudence of superior courts
The 1993 Constitution of Lesotho establishes the human rights regime undergirded by the notion of non-absolutism. The Constitution establishes internationally recognized fifteen human rights. It alsoExpand
The Constitutional Rules of Succession to the Institution of Monarch in Lesotho
The rules that govern succession to the office of King in Lesotho are largely customary. The Constitution of Lesotho, 1993 provides that succession to the office of King shall be regulated in termsExpand
Assignment of functions to local authorities in Lesotho
In Lesotho the adoption of the new constitution in 1993 made provision for local development. These constitutional provisions were only operationalised in 1997 through an Act of parliament (LocalExpand
Quota System and Political Empowerment of Women in Lesotho