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Moleleki denied access into parliament

Deputy Prime Minister Monyane Moleleki

May 5, 2020 1 min read

MASERU - Deputy Prime Minister Monyane Moleleki was on Monday denied access into the National Assembly after he arrived in Lesotho from South Africa where he had attended bilateral negotiations between the two countries.

MP for Malingoaneng Serialong Qoo contended that Moleleki was not supposed to enter the parliament house without being sent into a 14-day-quarantine as per the Ministry of Health regulations to combat the spread of the COVID-19.
Moleleki had led a Lesotho delegation that comprised among others the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Relations Lesego Makgothi, Minister of Law and Constitutional Affairs Habofanoe Lehana and the Attorney General King’s Counsel Haae Phoofolo.

Former South African minister Jeff Radebe


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The bilateral consultations were a follow up to the visit to Lesotho by President Cyril Ramaphosa's special envoy led by former Minister Jeff Radebe.
 

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