8 thoughts on “Swaziland absolute monarchy violates human rights

  1. Ban on proposed march by trade unionists in Swaziland

    A planned march on Saturday 12 April by trade unionist organized by the Trade Union Congress of Swaziland through the city of Manzini in central Swaziland was banned by the Manzini municipal council.

    The march was to protest the proclamation by the Swazi King on 12 April in 1973, which made him absolute monarch and placed all executive, judicial and legislative functions in his hands.

    Trade union rights and activities are severely curtailed under Swaziland’s reactionary form of government.


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