The ruling-party-dominated-parliament has endorsed a motion by the parliamentary Privileges, Ethics and Powers Committee that the legislative body stops working with Controller and Auditor General Mussa Assad after the committee convicted him of "disrespecting" the parliament. Over 14,000 Tanzanians have signed the petition opposing the parliament's resolution.
Cag Prof Assad Warns of Constitutional Crisis in Parliament's Bid to Eject Him
Citizen, 3 April 2019
The Controller and Auditor General (CAG) Prof Mussa Assad has warned of a brewing constitutional crisis following a resolution by the parliament to distance itself from working… Read more »
The Controller and Auditor General (CAG) Prof Mussa Assad and President John Magufuli.
Thousands Sign Petition Opposing Parliament's Resolution Against Prof Assad
Citizen, 4 April 2019
More than 2,850 people have signed a petition, seeking the Parliament of the United Republic of Tanzania to rescind its recent resolution against the current Controller and Auditor… Read more »
Analysts Weigh in On Cag-Bunge Rift
There is a mixture of opinions among analysts and rights activists over how to end the ominous misunderstanding that has pitted the office of the Controller and Auditor General… Read more »
Parliament Move Puts Cag Report in Jeopardy
The tabling of the 2017/18 audit report by the Controller and Auditor General (CAG) in Parliament is now in jeopardy after the legislative body resolved in an unprecedented move to… Read more »
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