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    The Enlightened ONE

    I cant wait till the end of this special conference. “The tree of liberty must be refreshed with the blood if tyrants and patriots.” Mark my words, some people are going to start disappearing in Maseru.

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    You mean koeeoko? I hear, I fear!!!

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    Size two o tla le busa hofihlela a tena size 3.

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    I have always expressed my opinion in that I find it quite sinister that some members of the LCD executive commitee could be targeted by the vote of no confidence to the exclusion of the leader and deputy leader of the party!

    It appears at last that some elements within the LCD are beginning to see the constitutional misnormer in such a proposed action!

    The principle of collective responsibility dictates that where the majority of NEC members have been found inefficient or even not responsive to needs of the party then the vote of no confidence should be addressed to the entire NEC, with no exceptions!

    It is only such a broader view of things that would set the right political precedence!

    Democracy is about retaining a leadership that is both responsive and accountable to the masses such a leadership is supposed to be leading. While when it has been found that such a leadership is no longer responsive and accountable to the masses then it needs to go!

    The is the same principle that has seen the African Peoples in other Countries, in the Northen part of the continent, calling back their leadership from their mandate!

    Inability to see things in this light can only lead to unfortunate scenarious such as the one currently prevailing in Libya!

    It is a respectable leader who climbs down from the seat of power when he is so called by the People he is supposed to be leading!

    We have had enough blood shed in this country and cannot afford more. It is time Mosisili and his cohorts respected the will of their electorate and stepped down with grace!!!

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    Maleshoane Mafereka

    As one of the stundents of Public Administration and Political Science in this country, I am really challenged by the state of politics in this country. Politics denotes both conflict and cooperation,why should it take one direction yet it’s a two way dimension? We are sick and tired of the factions that always take place within political parties especially when elections time approaches.What is wrong with us guys,where are you social scientists?It’s high time we wake-up and PROUDLY ADMINISTER OUR POLITICAL DESTINY otherwise party politics will lose meaning in this country.

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    Ka ba ka hopola lipina tsa lekhotla tsamehleng ea khale tse kang

    Babuile batho babuile phatlalatsaba re ha ba batle moetapele
    mme ho ne ho thoe ke……………….. mme hona joale ho thoe ke ……….

    wa lala wasala


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