Why is Swaziland an LEDC?
It is an LEDC because it is a very poor country and a large number of people have AIDs.
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An LEDC is a less economically developed country . This means the life expectancy and GDP is low. Also LEDCs lack certain things like clean water, sanitation, and health care….
Lobamba (royal / legislative) Mbabane (administrative)
An LEDC is a less economically developed country.
Swaziland is a small country in south-eastern Africa, landlocked by South Africa and Mozambique..
LEDC stands for less economically developed country and in general, LEDCs are non-industrial nations. They tend not to manufacture goods and the residents are usually poor. …Another term for LEDCs is Third World nations and there are MEDC's too, that stands for more economically developed countries and those countries are rich. A few of them are England, Australia and The United States of America. A few of the LEDC countries are Panama, Sierra Leone and Ghana and there several more. Residents of LEDC's countries earn the equivalent of less than $1200 US a year (which is less than $4 US a day). (see a list at the related link)
Swaziland is in Africa
No president, but a King, Mswati lll
Colonial rule (incomplete) was established by Great Britain between 1902 and 1968. Early in King Mswati,s reign the British were asked to protect Swaziland from continuous Zul…u raids. At this time the Transvaal Boers settled in the Kingdom. In 1906 the Transvaal Colony took over responsible government
As of April 2009, the population of Swaziland was 1,123,913. (figures from CIA World Factbook).
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26 30 S, 31 30 E
Swaziland is a real country. It is a land locked country in Southern Africa. Capital Lobamba. Gained independence from the UK 6th September 1968. Population 1,185,000, area 76…04 square miles
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English and Swati
It is a Unitary Parliamentary Democracy within Constitutional and Absolute Monarchy
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