“The Lesotho we want”:
“The transformation of the Kingdom of Lesotho into a just, prosperous and stable country marked by effective and people focussed institutions, national unity of purpose, rule of law, good governance and human rights”
The process is anchored on the following key principles
The Government facilitates and offer strategic leadership for the reforms;
The reforms succeed if they are fully owned by the Basotho through a consultative process;
The reform process is be guided by the Basotho culture of consultation and consensus building and by established international standards of democratic participation.
The Reform Stakeholders articulate and be guided by a vision of “The Lesotho We Want”. This requires a dialogical engagement with the historical, cultural and social complexities in which that vision is grounded.
The reforms involve the full diversity of Basotho without discrimination of political, social or other status. All Basotho have a voice through public input on the content of programmes and policies - either directly or through legitimate intermediate institutions that represent their interests.
Information about the processes of the reforms is made accessible to those concerned, and information is provided to render the processes of the reforms understandable and monitorable; all stakeholders will be accountable to each other and to the people.
Since its inception in 2019, the NRA has faced a myriad of challenges
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