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Senate (Lesotho)

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Senate (Lesotho)

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politics and government of

The Senate is the upper chamber of Lesotho's bicameral Parliament.

The current Senate has a total of 33 members. 22 are hereditary tribal chiefs and 11 are nominated by the King. Members serve five-year terms.

Morena Letapata Makhaola is the current president of the Senate. He succeeded Chief Sempe Lejaha.

See also

External links

  • Senate of Lesotho - Official site

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