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June 21, 2024
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SENATE ADOPTS MOTION TO PRIORITISE REFORMS 

Maseru, Nov. 14 — The House Of the Senate has adopted the motion that both sides in government and opposition must swiftly settle on a plan of action the impasse of the National Reforms and make it a priority to pass the Omnibus Bill.

The Motion was tabled by the Principal Chief of Leribe Chief Joel Motso’ene stressing the importance of swiftly settling the issue of Reforms, he added that the Reforms amongst others were meant to address the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s). 

He continued to say it is crucial that the Reforms be prioritised for the sake of Basotho and Lesotho’s development. In addition, he said both the government and opposition must put in reverse their agendas and work towards improving the lives of people. . .

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