Lesotho - Local government



There are 10 districts, each headed by a centrally appointed district administrator. District councils, established in 1944, were abolished in 1966. Each district is subdivided into wards, most of them presided over by hereditary chiefs allied to the royal family. During the period of military rule, each district was headed by a district secretary and a district military officer appointed by the central government and the defense force, respectively.

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Apr 19, 2011 @ 3:03 am
HOW IS YOUR BUDGET ALLOCATED WITHIN THIS TEN DISTRICTS OF LESOTHO?AND OF THAT MONEY ARE U ABLE TO MEET ALL OF YOUR DEMANDS

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