Supporters of the All Basotho Congress (ABC), Lesotho Prime Ministe Tom Thabane's party, cheer on the back of a pick-up truck on March 1, 2015 in the streets of Maseru, Lesotho. AFP PHOTO/GIANLUIGI GUERCIA
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With no clear winner of the Feb. 28 election, Lesotho is set to be ruled by another coalition, the leader of the main opposition announced on Wednesday.The new team included former Deputy Prime Minister Mothetjoa Metsing, and leader of the Lesotho Congress for Democracy, who formed a coalition with Lesotho's now former ruling party 2012 .Some of Lesotho's 1.2 million registered voters were not assured by the new coalition, saying that small parties may switch sides if they felt sidelined.
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