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Tanzania’s President Dr. John Pombe Magufuli has been applauded by the international community for his impeccable leadership of the SADC organ on politics, defense and security cooperation at this juncture when the community is ushering Lesotho into yet another National Parliamentary Election, the third within five years. 

Representatives from international organizations operating within SADC region and Lesotho in particular including the United Nations and European Union have commended SADC urgent call to the incoming government for serious structural and constitutional reforms. 

During the recent launch of SADC Electoral Observation Mission (SEOM) in Lesotho held in Maseru, Hon. Dr. Augustine Mahiga, Tanzania’s foreign Minister, Chairperson of the Ministerial Committee of the Organ and mission head reiterated SADC ‘s earlier mandate to the current government to undertake reforms in order to stabilize its political system and avoid a repeat of previous political crises. 

While commending political parties for signing pledges to accept election results and Independent Electoral Commission of Lesotho (IEC) for its preparedness for the upcoming national elections, Ambassador Mahiga sends a strong message to Lesotho,

“After three elections within less than five years the fatigued voters deserve a different and durable outcome. SADC will definitely take these pledges and commitments seriously in supporting the reform process in the Kingdom of Lesotho by the next government” said Ambassador Mahiga
Ambassador Mahiga flagged with SADC Secretariat together with members of SADC Organ with all SADC Elections Observation Mission in a group photo. SADC has deployed about 40 observers from 9 member states in this year's election. 
Ambassador Mahiga in conversation with the United States Ambassador to the Kingdom of Lesotho H.E. Matthew T. Harrington after launching SEOM at AVANI Hotel in Maseru Lesotho. 
Head of SADC Elections Observation Mission in Lesotho and Chairperson of the Ministerial Committee of the Organ Amb. Dr. Augustine Mahiga, delivering his statement during the launch of the mission recently in Maseru Lesotho.