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NCCR-Mageuzi denies election petition settlement...

Discussion in 'Habari na Hoja mchanganyiko' started by nngu007, May 23, 2011.

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    * Interesting but their case against Halima Mdee still one but they settle all others against CCM...

    By In2EastAfrica - Sun May 22, 8:38 pm



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    Dr Sengondo Mvungi said the chaos that erupted in the district was caused by some political leaders in the area who wanted to gain cheap popularity


    NCCR-Mageuzi yesterday maintained that all cases filed by its members to challenge last October election results were still pending at various courts and no law suit had been disposed of.

    Addressing a press conference in Dar es Salaam on Sunday, the party’s lawyer, Mr Mohammed Tibanyendera, described media reports alleging that the cases had been concluded as misleading and false.

    ”None of the cases that has been filed at various courts has been settled,” he said. Members of the party challenging the results include its National Chairman, Mr James Mbatia who has petitioned Chadema’s victory in Kawe and Jitu Soni from Babati Village who is challenging the election of Laurance Tara.

    According to the lawyer, other party members such as Ms Agripina Buyogera (Kasulu Rural MP) is being challenged by Mr Daniel Nsanzugwanko (CCM) while Mr Felix Mkosamali (Muhambwe MP) is being challenged by Mr Jamal Tamin (CCM).

    Meanwhile, the party has called on the families and relatives of the four civilians killed by police during the North Mara Gold Mine fracas in Tarime District to bury their dead.

    Dr Sengondo Mvungi said the chaos that erupted in the district was caused by some political leaders in the area who wanted to gain cheap popularity.

    ”Tarime does not need any political party when it comes to resource sharing – The government should stand to defend the public to get their rights,” he said.

    Dr Mvungi said what the police did in Tarime was something that should be strongly condemned and justice should be done for the victims and other civilians.
    By ANNE ROBI, Tanzania Daily News
     
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