Pro-Democracy Protests Continue In Eswatini, Africa’s Last Absolute Monarchy : NPR

Eswatini’s King Mswati III addresses the United Nations General Assembly in 2019. Craig Ruttle/AP hide caption toggle caption Craig Ruttle/AP Eswatini’s King Mswati III addresses the United Nations General Assembly in 2019. Craig Ruttle/AP For the past six weeks, pro-democracy protesters in Eswatini have sporadically taken to the streets to express their displeasure with the […]

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Why people in Eswatini are calling for change

Civil society groups in the Kingdom of Eswatini are calling for more protests this week, to push for political reforms on King Mswati III’s 30 year-long absolute monarchy. The country which remains under curfew has recently been rocked by a series of protests that turned violent. Dozens were killed and millions of dollars’ worth of […]

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