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Type Working Paper - Afrobarometer Working Paper no. 32
Title The state of democracy in Lesotho: A report on the 2003 Afrobarometer survey
Author(s)
Issue 32
Publication (Day/Month/Year) 2004
Page numbers 1-50
URL https://www.africaportal.org/dspace/articles/state-democracy-lesotho-report-2003-afrobarometer-surve​y
Abstract
Lesotho citizens went to the polls to elect a new government acceptable to the great majority of its citizens in 2002. The fears of the ruling party and opposition were quieted by the elections and the installation of a more balanced parliament.
The principal result of the survey can be summarized in 4 areas namely, democracy and governance, economic management, citizenship and Lesotho in the world. The survey indicates that the citizens of Lesotho recognize that they have a long way to
go but are hopeful that the government and foreign investments will help with economic growth.

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Gay, John, and Robert Mattes. "The state of democracy in Lesotho: A report on the 2003 Afrobarometer survey." Afrobarometer Working Paper no. 32 , no. 32 (2004).
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