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May 23, 2024
LAW & CRIME

APPELLANTS ASK COURT TO SUPPORT MINORITY JUDGMENT 


       
     
Maseru, Apr. 25— Appellants in a case in which a proposed motion of no confidence against the Prime Minister together with 9th Amendment to the Constitution are being challenged, have on Thursday asked the Court of Appeal to support a minority judgment made by the High Court sitting as the Constitutional Court on this matter. 

Democratic Congress (DC), Basotho National Party (BNP) and Popular Front for Democracy (PFD) have approached the Court of Appeal after they lost a case against Puseletso Lejone, Speaker of National Assembly, the Prime Minister and others. 

Justice Keketso Moahloli wrote a judgment different from one written by Justice Molefi Makara in which Justice Tseliso Monaphathi concurred. 

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