Institutions fail to ensure that there is constructive engagement with the government to assist it fulfill obligations under The International Human Rights Law of reporting and domestication. There is no reparation where there have been violations. Institutions fail to lobby for strong and effective human rights protection mechanisms and there is no effectiveness in army sectors and community sensitisation. The country has also been reported to be failing to recognise socio economic and cultural rights due to what was explained as scarcity of resources and financial impediments leaving people desolate apparently with nobody lobbying on their behalf for the recognition of this as full right as well as community capacitation to claim their socio economic right as right. It is clear that the problem is not with the laws but with the autonomy of institutions to acquire full power for induced efficiency.The National Human Rights Bill which was approved by the Attorney General was supposed to have been fully operational since 2014, execution inefficiency of which having derailed the nation to previous incidents such as mutiny and murders also indicates autonomy impediments preventing reparation where violations have been investigated and confirmed.
In a case where it is not the government preventing accountability, Human Rights institutions are clearly under the reins of corrupt politicians.
This has resulted in the country portraying alienation from a clause about freedom from inhuman treatment, the evidence of which being human rights unions, such as workers unions in Lesotho being weak and fragmented.