Opposition, Civil Society Demand Reforms Ahead of Tanzania Polls

Chama cha Demokrasia na Maendeleo (Chadema) and ACT-Wazalendo which are two major opposition parties in Tanzania are planning a grand coalition with civil society to push for reforms ahead of this year's election. The opposition failed to make impact in the November 2019 civic elections partly due to the ban of open-air political rallies and intimidation which is why they wants political rights to be entrenched in law to stop the unwarranted clamp down on political activities in the country.

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