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Observers say Tanzania’s presidential vote is already flawed


Kenya News – Tanzania’s opposition, in their quest to unite President John Magufuli in Wednesday’s election. According to the information received by the World News Superfast, it has faced a new obstacle. The government has made it difficult to recognize those thousands of opposition electoral observers. Those who want to ensure votes. Zito Kabwe, with the opposition coalition’s chief, ACT Vejaldo Party, said – without them, fraud can easily happen. Told world news superfast. He warned that the issue could lead to violence, stating that his party would not allow polling stations. To work without supervisors, so it is an explosive issue.

At stake is one of Africa’s most populous and peaceful countries

According to information received by World News Superfast, COVID-19 is one of its fastest growing economies, at least before the epidemic. The populist Magufuli has been severely criticized for dissent since his 2015 electoral victory, which specifically stymied opposition parties in most public gatherings. The president heads the ruling Chama Cha Mapinduzi Party, which has been in power for decades, and the opposition’s best chance of electoral victory unites behind a candidate. But it is not easy.

The two major opposition parties, ACT Vazlendo and Chedema, eventually overcame differences in ideology and ambition

Kabwe said – last week overtook Tundu Lisu of Chadema. Who returned from exile this year. He fled to Belgium after a 2017 assassination attempt. In which he was shot 16 times. According to information received by the World News Superfast, Kawe called Lisu the most popular candidate among the 15 presidential hopefuls, citing his rallies and the crowd attending discussions with fellow Tanzanians. It is quite clear that if the election is free and fair, then it is going on the Lisu route.

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