Tanzania
Opposition parties pressure Samia to scrap Magufuli's repressive legacy

Samia Suluhu Hassan shakes hands with Chadema opposition party president Freeman Mbowe, March 2022.
Samia Suluhu Hassan shakes hands with Chadema opposition party president Freeman Mbowe, March 2022. © STR / Tanzanian State House / AFP
Tanzania's main opposition parties, stymied by six years of John Magufuli's authoritarian rule, are calling on his successor to speed up the reopening of the country. ACT Wazalendo and Chadema are competing to become the leading opposition force, but they also see themselves as potential allies. [...]
Published on 22.05.2023 at 04:40 GMT Reading time 3 minutes Noé Michalon

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