Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma has expressed serious concern over the credible and extremely worrying reports of death threats directed at Asma Jahangir, whom he personally appointed to the former Commonwealth Eminent Persons’ Group in light of her integrity, professional expertise, global standing and the valuable perspectives she could contribute.
London, 8 June 2012 – Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma has welcomed the peaceful democratic transition in the Kingdom of Lesotho and congratulated Prime Minister Motsoahae Tom Thabane on assuming the leadership of the country, following the 26 May 2012 Parliamentary elections.
"Developing and strengthening democratic institutions and processes is a cornerstone of the Commonwealth’s work"– Masire-Mwamba
"I am sure I speak for the whole Commonwealth family when I offer my deepest sympathy and heartfelt condolences to all those who have lost loved ones in this accident" - Kamalesh Sharma
Commonwealth Heads of Government will present HM Queen Elizabeth II with a commemorative gift to mark her 60 years as Head of the Commonwealth
Commonwealth countries are first to light beacons celebrating HM Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee as Head of the Commonwealth
Government of Maldives and former President Nasheed reach agreement on the nominee to the country’s Commission of National Inquiry
Flotilla of boats pays tribute to HM Queen Elizabeth II, Head of the Commonwealth
Performers showcase the rich cultures and creativity of the Commonwealth at festival celebrating Diamond Jubilee