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Tanzania: Turn Of Events As Opposition Now Demands For A New Constitution

The republic of Tanzania opposition party Chadema have now embarked on an unexpected opinion and now demands for a new constitution in the country.

According to the mwananchi newspaper of Tanzania,the opposition party has started on a move to have the country's constitution changed and have a new one in place.

"Mbinu mbadala Chadema kudai Katina mpya," it reported.

Translated to "Turn of events as Chadema party demands for a new constitution,"

This comes just weeks after the Chadema party Chairman Freeman Mbowe was arrested and accused of sponsoring criminal activities in the country and step which many of the party members rebuked.

Mbowe was arrested alongside other party members a move which the opposition leader Tundu Lisu claimed was not fair and that president Samia Suluhu Hassan was acting like a dictator.

This is not a usual thing to happen in a country as it is always the other way around where the government is always the one to demand for a constitution amendment or even a new constitution.

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