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Serikali ya TZ inatuongoza kwa kupitia Impurity, Cronyism,Nepotism na Kleptocracy..ebu tusome hii...

Discussion in 'Habari na Hoja mchanganyiko' started by nderingosha, Jan 30, 2012.

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    nderingosha JF-Expert Member

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    Ndugu zangu nimejaribu kuyaweka mapungufu ya utawala huu kwenye makundi (classes)ili kuweza kupata definition nzuri ya serikali ya TZ.Ukiangalia kwa makini mafungu haya inapoangukia serikali hii utagundua serikali hii inatuongoza kwa standards ambazo demokrasia za kidunia haziruhusu kabisa kabisa….pamoja na kwamba kinyume chake ndicho kinachojulikana duniani kuihusu TZ…..ebu tuchambue kwa uelewa muone…..
    • Impunity: Means "exemption from punishment or loss or escape from fines". Impunity is especially common in countries that lack a tradition of the rule of law, suffer from corruption or that have entrenched systems of patronage, or where the judiciary is weak or members of the security forces are protected by special jurisdictions or immunities. Example: a case for Tanzania where EPA thieves (who returned the money) were exempted from punishment by the president JK. Also the radar deal guy (Chenge) who is enjoying freedom despite all the facts against him.
    • Cronyism: This is partiality to long-standing friends, especially by appointing them to positions of authority, regardless of their qualifications. Cronyism exists when the appointer and the beneficiary are in social contact; often, the appointer is inadequate to hold his or her own job or position of authority and for this reason the appointer appoints individuals who will not try to weaken him or her, or express views contrary to those of the appointer. Example: a case for Tanzania where political drop outs have been on and off elected by the president to hold different government posts…refer recent diplomatic and ministerial elections by JK.
    • Nepotism: This is favoritism granted to relatives regardless of merit….this is also starting to be common in TZ.
    • Kleptocracy: This is a form of political and government corruption where the government exists to increase the personal wealth and political power of its officials and the ruling class at the expense of the wider population, often without pretense of honest service. This type of government corruption is often achieved by the embezzlement of state funds. A state of unrestrained political corruption is known as a kleptocracy, literally meaning "rule by thieves".Example: This is also common in TZ where grand corruption has been involved directly with the government…refer the Richmond saga, the kagoda scandle and the recent Jairo case…..all these corruption scandles involve the very government in power.
    My take:
    Considering the definitions above, the current Tanzanian Government can easily be classified as leading us through impunity, cronyism, nepotism and kleptocracy...….if you consider world democratic rules....then these are very serious allegations for the government in power…..please discuss...By the way...profile ya JK na utendaji wake kwenye wikipedia inatia huzuni sana...

    Reference notes:
    Impunity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Cronyism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Nepotism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Kleptocracy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    MNYISANZU JF-Expert Member

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    Umesahau religionism. Angalia wizara zote muhimu katika nchi wamepewa waislam. Take it as a point of reference.
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    Huu ni mkutanao wa machizi.........haya endeleeni!
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