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May 21, 2024
LAW & CRIME

APPLICANTS DO NOT HAVE LOCUS STANDI-COURT 

Maseru, Aug.28—The Constitutional Court says Yearn for Economic Sustainability (YES) and Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) Lesotho do not have locus standi to sue in the circumstances of a case challenging reinstatement of 11th Amendment to the Constitution Bill of 2022. 

The Court stated that from reading the papers in this matter it did not find anywhere where the two applicants are saying they are suing for declaration of rights in relation to themselves. It indicated that they would not have sued on behalf of others because they would have been met by an objection against actio popularis. It pointed out that the two applicants are comprised of disparate groups of people with different interests. 

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