What Next As Tanzanian MPs Refuse To Work With Auditor General?

In a radio interview while on a working trip to the U.S. Controller and Auditor General, Mussa Assad, described the Tanzanian parliament as "too weak" to hold the government accountable, which has led to the MPs refusing to work with him, leaving the fate of the latest annual audit report on government expenditure hanging in the balance.

This week, the House passed a resolution not to co-operate with the Controller and Auditor General.


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