eSwatini’s King Mswati must urgently initiate dialogue with pro-democracy protesters to avoid a further deterioration of the situation in the country.
that can be very helpful and will not make him less respected they will continue to respect him the people of Swaziland
Right now schoohave been closed indefinitely in the Swatini county they said that before the closure of schools, learners had boycotted lessons and called for free education as well as an end to the king's rule.
This year 2021 On June 28, people died in some of the worst unrest in the country’s history during clashes with police when shops were looted, and business properties ransacked.
Dlamini says what is happening in eSwatini could have been avoided. that King Mswati will be able to meet the needs of the people in the current crisis, because it means that nothing has been fixed in June.
Because it means that his stubbornness means that it does not help until people die and people do not give up and demand democratic freedom.
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