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Matumizi ya Mawaziri na Wabunge yawaumbua

Discussion in 'Habari na Hoja mchanganyiko' started by NgomaNzito, May 11, 2009.

  1. NgomaNzito

    NgomaNzito JF-Expert Member

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    Hapa kwetu tungekuwa na waandishi wa kuchokonoa tungepata habari nzuri zaidi kujua jinsi mawaziri na wabunge wanatumiaje kodi yetu Mh. Slaa alisema mshahara yao ni mikubwa lakini hakuja na matumizi mengine kama wabunge wa mikoani kuwa na second house Dar na third house Dodoma na zinahudumiawaje kutokana na kodi yetu, au ndio hizo wanaogopa kuvuja kwa nyaraka.

    Check UK walivyowaumbua wabunge na mawaziri wao wanavyojochotea!!!!

    The Daily Telegraph disclosed that the Prime Minister paid his brother, Andrew, £6,577 over 26 months from parliamentary allowances relating to the employment of a cleaner who worked at properties owned by them in London
    Martin McGuinness, Michelle Gildernew, Pat Doherty, Gerry Adams and Conor Murphy claimed more than £500,000 over five years even though the Sinn Fein MPs refuse to attend Parliament

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    Vera Baird claimed the cost of Christmas tree decorations
    Greg Barker made a £320,000 profit selling a flat the taxpayer had helped pay for
    Margaret Beckett made a£600 claim for hanging baskets and pot plants
    Tony Blair re-mortgaged his constituency home and claimed almost a third of the interest around the time he was buying another property in London
    Hazel Blears claimed for three different properties in a year
    Ben Bradshaw used his allowance to pay the mortgage interest on a flat he owned jointly with his boyfriend
    Kevin Brennan had a £450 television delivered to his family home in Cardiff even though he reclaimed the money back on his London second home allowance
    Gordon Brown's house swap let the PM claim thousands
    Andy Burnham had an eight-month battle with the fees office after making a single expenses claim for more than £16,500
    Stephen Byers claimed more than £125,000 for repairs and maintenance at a London flat owned outright by his partner, where he lives rent-free
    David Cameron limited his claims to mortgage interest payments and utility bills
    Ken Clarke had to be reminded frequently to submit receipts with his expenses
    Alistair Darling's stamp duty was paid by the public
    Pat Doherty, Gerry Adams, Martin McGuinness, Michelle Gildernew and Conor Murphy claimed more than £500,000 over five years even though the Sinn Fein MPs refuse to attend Parliament
    Alan Duncan spent thousands from his allowance on gardening, including repairs to his lawnmower
    Caroline Flint claimed £14,000 for fees for new flat
    Barbara Follett used £25,000 of taxpayers' money to pay for private security patrols at her home
    Michelle Gildernew, Pat Doherty, Gerry Adams, Martin McGuinness, and Conor Murphy claimed more than £500,000 over five years even though the Sinn Fein MPs refuse to attend Parliament
    Cheryl Gillan bought dog food using her allowance but agreed to pay it back after being contacted by the Telegraph
    Michael Gove spent thousands on his London home before "flipping" his Commons allowance to another address
    Chris Grayling claimed for a London flat even though his constituency home is only 17 miles from the House of Commons
    John Gummer's gardening, including the removal of moles from his lawn, cost the taxpayer £9,000
    Nick Herbert charged taxpayers more than £10,000 for stamp duty and fees when he and his partner bought a home together in his constituency
    Geoff Hoon established a property empire worth £1.7 million after claiming taxpayer-funded expenses for at least two properties
    Phil Hope spent more than £10,000 in one year refurbishing a small London flat
    Kelvin Hopkins claims just a fraction of the available second-home allowance by taking the train to Westminster from his home town
    Andrew Lansley spent more than £4,000 of taxpayers’ money renovating his country home months before he sold it
    Oliver Letwin repaired a pipe beneath his tennis court using taxpayers' money
    Lord Mandelson faces questions over the timing of his house claim
    Michael Martin used taxpayers' money to pay for chauffeur-driven cars to his local job centre and Celtic's football ground
    Francis Maude claimed almost £35,000 in two years for mortgage interest payments on a London flat when he owned a house just a few hundred yards away
    Martin McGuinness, Michelle Gildernew, Pat Doherty, Gerry Adams and Conor Murphy claimed more than £500,000 over five years even though the Sinn Fein MPs refuse to attend Parliament
    David Miliband's spending was queried by his gardener
    Margaret Moran switched the address of her second home, allowing her to claim £22,500 to fix a dry rot problem
    George Osborne was rebuked by the Commons authorities for using public money to fund his "political" website
    Conor Murphy, Martin McGuinness, Michelle Gildernew, Pat Doherty and Gerry Adams claimed more than £500,000 over five years even though the Sinn Fein MPs refuse to attend Parliament
    Paul Murphy had a new plumbing system installed at taxpayers’ expense because the water in the old one was “too hot”
    John Prescott claimed for two lavatory seats in two years
    John Reid used his allowance to pay for slotted spoons, an ironing board and a glittery loo seat
    Alex Salmond claimed £400 per month for food when the Commons was not even sitting
    Jack Straw only paid half the amount of council tax that he claimed on his parliamentary allowances over four years but later rectified the over-claim
    Kitty Ussher ansked the Commons authorities to fund extensive refurbishment of her Victorian family home
    Keith Vaz claimed £75,500 for a second flat near Parliament even though he already lived just 12 miles from Westminster
    Theresa Villiers claimed almost £16,000 in stamp duty and professional fees on expenses when she bought a London flat, even though she already had a house in the capital
    Tom Watson and Iain Wright spent £100,000 of taxpayers' money on the London flat they once shared
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    David Willetts, the Conservatives' choice for skills minister, needed help changing light bulbs
    Phil Woolas submitted receipts including comics, nappies and women's clothing as part of his claims for food
    Iain Wright and Tom Watson spent £100,000 of taxpayers' money on the London flat they once shared

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    Sikonge JF-Expert Member

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    Ulifikiri Tanzania pekee ni shamba la bibi? Sema tu Tanzania wanachota kutoka kapu tupo ila kuna nchi wanachota hasa hasa. President Bush na Cheney???????
     
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