Observing the Elections
U.S. Ambassador Matthew T. Harrington and Head of Mission of the African Union Election Observation Mission Raila Odinga meet while observing Lesotho’s election.
Public Affairs Officer Julie McKay and Fulbright Scholarship alumnus spoke on back-to-back radio and television morning prime time shows, February 19, 2014. We are now accepting applications for 2016.
For more on the upcoming elections please read Ambassador Harrington's recent OpEd entitled 2015: An Opportunity for Lesotho to Move Forward: http://maseru.usembassy.gov/pr_012015.html
Ambassador Meets Members of LGBTI Community
Ambassador Harrington met with members of Matrix Support Group to discuss issues facing the LGBTI community in Lesotho.
The Government of Lesotho has declared Friday, February 27, 2015 and Saturday, February 28, 2015 public holidays to allow all citizens to participate in the elections. As a result, the Embassy in Maseru will be closed on Friday, February 27, 2015. The Embassy will resume normal business hours on Monday, March 2, 2015.
Religious Freedom Report 2013
Lesotho Child Labor Report 2013
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