The European Union’s ambassador to Lesotho Paola Amadei says, she had hoped that the reforms process in the country would have been in the final stages by now, but it seems they will take time because it is a complex exercise

The European Union’s ambassador to Lesotho Paola Amadei says, she had hoped that the reforms process in the country would have been in the final stages by now, but it seems they will take time because it is a complex exercise.

Amadei said the aim of this process, is to reform all aspects of government and administration, therefore it is not something that can be rushed saying, she understands that part of the time was devoted to a very inclusive process of consultation, which was indeed necessary, to build the foundation of the work of the National Reforms Authority.

She said it is encouraging to note that parliament has opened earlier than usual to discuss the reforms and hopefully, the reform bills currently before parliament, such as those related to media will be adopted to allow the implementation of some of the reforms ahead of the elections.

She therefore said patience is required because some of these issues are delicate and complex.

 

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