Prime Minister Thomas Thabane said the SADC Summit has urged Lesotho to take necessary measures against those who delay or threaten to derail the reforms and the National Dialogue.
Thabane said they are inviting everyone with necessary locus standi to come home “but if they do not come we will follow the majority rule”.
Speaking at the press conference at the Moshoeshoe I international Airport on his arrival from a two- day Summit in Namibia on Monday, Thabane said the Summit noted with concern that despite a number of SADC initiatives in Lesotho, progress on the implementation of reforms roadmap and the National Dialogue is slow.
He said the Summit has also urged the government and all the stakeholders to ensure that the National Leaders Forum, scheduled for 23- 24 this month takes place as planned.
“The government was also urged to put in place a program with clear milestones for the implementation of priority activities on the reforms roadmap and the National Dialogue,” he said.
The Democratic Congress chairman Motlalentoa Letsosa said they are yet to sit down as the opposition to give their answer to the resolutions made at the Summit.