ANC calls for Swaziland's liberation
The ANC said Swaziland needs to be liberated so the country can deal with its problems.
JOHANNESBURG - The African National Congress (ANC) on Tuesday called for political liberation in Swaziland, as part of its call for conflict resolution across the world.
The ANC leadership was speaking at Luthuli House in Johannesburg following the International Solidarity Conference held last week.
ANC chairperson Baleka Mbete said there is a need to focus on liberating countries such as Swaziland.
"We need to make sure Swaziland is liberated, including the unbanning of political parties, as we must all experience freedom."
Mbete said this liberation will help to improve the country, which is facing several problems.
The conference saw a commitment of support between delegates from several nations, including Jamaica, Japan, Scotland, Nigeria, Italy and India.