Lesotho. During the year, the legal aftermath of the 2009 assassination attempt on Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili began. Seven suspected lego nectars from Mozambique and South Africa were released from South Africa in April, where they have been arrested since shortly after the fire attack on Mosisili’s home. According to Countryaah official site, together with two other men arrested in Lesotho after the attack, they were charged with a total of 31 points for murder, attempted murder, robbery and kidnapping. Their lawyers appealed against the charges on the grounds that the extradition procedure was not successful, but a judge found in October that there were no barriers to a trial.
Following mediation by church communities and the regional cooperation organization SADC, the government party and opposition in April agreed on a new electoral law that would eliminate the risk of conflicts of the kind that occurred after the 2007 parliamentary elections, when a number of parties’ technical election cooperation led to bitter disagreement over the distribution of seats. Now the parties are forbidden to enter into temporary alliances during the electoral movements.