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On BBC: Tanzanians protest at delay announcing election results

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    Opposition supporters have held protests in several parts of Tanzania at the slow pace of announcing the result of Sunday's general election.

    Police fired tear gas in Mwanza, while there have also been protests in parts of Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar.


    BBC News - Tanzanians protest at delay announcing election results

    I suspect that an huge rigging exercise is taking place. Its time tanzanians woke up and fought for their democratic rights in a peaceful manner.
     
  2. Mtazamaji

    Mtazamaji JF-Expert Member

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    Nilijua Tovuti mama ya BBC haiwezi kutangaza habari nzuri nzuri za uchaguzi Tanzania. Uchaguzi umeanza Jumapili wako kimya.yamepigwa mabomu ndo.... Kweli tanzania haijulikani. unless zitokee fujo ndo wenzetu wanatutangaza.
     
  3. ADUI

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    Hawa jamaa wapuuzi sana, mpk yatokee matatizo ndo wanasogeza pua zao huku
     
  4. LoyalTzCitizen

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    CCM takes Tanzania election lead

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    Tanzania's governing party has taken an initial lead in Wednesday's parliamentary and presidential polls, the electoral commission says. Out of 176 constituencies declared, the Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) party has taken 150 in the 232-seat parliament.
    While in the presidential race so far, CCM's Jakaya Kikwete is ahead of his rivals by more than 390,000 votes.
    Despite violence on Zanzibar, Africa Union observers say the poll was mostly peaceful and should be respected.
    Sixteen constituencies have been declared in presidential results.
    Opposition Chadema presidential candidate Freeman Mbowe, with 59,929 votes so far, says the initial results are "surprising and disappointing".
    Turnout was high and the only reports of violence came from Zanzibar, where opposition protesters were hurt in clashes with police.
    Poor performance
    Eighteen political parties are contesting parliamentary seats.
    [​IMG] INITIAL RESULTS
    Parliamentary
    CCM: 150 seats
    CUF: 19 seats (in Zanzibar)
    Chadema: 5 seats
    TLP : 1 seat
    UDP : 1 seat




    Presidential
    CCM's J Kikwete:
    450,000 votes
    Chadema's F Mbowe:
    59,929 votes
    CUF's I Lipumba:
    57,926 votes




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    Q&A: Tanzania vote


    The BBC's Vicky Ntetema in Dar es Salaam says the opposition have performed badly in former strongholds like Kilimanjaro, where Chadema retained only one of nine parliamentary seats.
    "It's surprising and disappointing of course and it's definitely not good for the whole democratic process of the country," Mr Mbowe told the BBC's Focus on Africa programme.
    The Civic United Front (CUF) retained its seats on Zanzibar, but has lost two constituencies on the mainland.
    Ten candidates are in the running to replace Benjamin Mkapa, who is standing down after serving the maximum two terms.
    The election had been delayed for several weeks following the death of a vice-presidential candidate.
    Campaigning ended on a dramatic note on Tuesday, when presidential frontrunner Mr Kikwete collapsed at a rally.
    The ruling party candidate later blamed his collapse on exhaustion. He is expected to win the vote and become the next president.






    ONA JINSI WALIVYO WAPUMBAVU, HATA HAWAJUI MAJINA YA WAGOMBEA URAISI!
     
  5. J

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    We dont need BBC to get our own information
     
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    Hizi kama vile ni details za 2005
     
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    Not surprised at all.
     
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    Katika vyombo ambavyo vilikuwa vinaaminika sana katika EA kwa kutoa habari ni BBC na katika chombo ambacho kimejidhalilisha sana baada ya wakuu wake kununuliwa na mafisadi hasa baada ya kuona Suzan Mungi na Mhando wamerudi na kupewa ulaji bongo basi ni BBC. Yupo wapi Majura, kina Machibya, Ali Saleh. Wote kimya.
     
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    Nimesikitishwa sana na utangazaji wa BBC Idhaa ya Kiswahili huyo Salim Kikeke nadhani anataka cheo kwani alikuwa anatoa hoja za kuitetea CCM na Tume kuwashinda wao. Ni aibu kuwa na watangazaji wasio watafiti, huru na wenye kuuliza maswali magumu na ya msingi. BBC imejiaibisha. Aibu mbona Aibu!
     
  10. Mpenzi

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    Huu ndio Upuuzi wa International Medias, Kukua na kitu negative mbio mbio Inabidi waanze kutoa habari za Obama kwanza. This is so terrible and a big shame to them.
     
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    sasa kama ndio ukweli kwamba kuna protest ulitaka waweke habari za watu wanasali?
     
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    Members from the opposition Civic United Front (CUF) gather around the headquarters of the electoral commission on November 1, 2010. Some of them were singing and chanting "Why the delay?" and "You are tampering with results". On the semi-autonomous island of Zanzibar, where voting passed off peacefully, Ali Mohamed Shein of the ruling Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM or Revolution Party) was in the lead, according to results from 21 constituencies out of 50. Riot police were deployed and brought in a water cannon but had not used it and most businesses close by were still open. Zanzibar, which has witnessed bloody poll violence in the past, early this year put in place a power-sharing agreement whereby the party that produces the poll runner-up also gets government positions.


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    Tanzanian election officials collect ballot boxes at a tallying centre in Dar Es Salaam on November 1, 2010, a day after voters went to the polls to elect a president, lawmakers and local leaders.


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    A truck brings collected Tanzanian election ballot boxes to a tallying centre in Dar Es Salaam on November 1, 2010, a day after voters went to the polls to elect a president, lawmakers and local leaders.



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    A female supporter wearing traditional clothes featuring Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete poses as she attends a final campaign rally on October 30, 2010 of their leader in Dar Es Salaam on the eve of elections​
     
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    hivi híi habari niya uchaguzi huu au 2005?. Is this not deriberate?. Hivi vyombo vya habari vikiripoti uongo haviwezi kuwajibishwa?. Inatia kinyaa.
     
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