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Sheria ya Kumkamata Balali hii hapa!

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    jmushi1 JF-Expert Member

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    TANZANIA: Agreement signed with US to combat financial crimes

    DAR ES SALAAM, 27 August 2002 (IRIN) - The US government and Tanzania have signed an agreement on technical assistance for capacity building in the battle against financial and economic crimes, notably money laundering and terrorist finance.

    At a ceremony in Dar es Salaam, US Ambassador Robert Royall and Tanzanian Finance Minister Basil Mramba agreed on a work-plan which is aimed at enabling Tanzania to build capacity in prevention, investigation and prosecuting those who participate in organised crime and criminal groups laundering the proceeds of crime and corruption.

    "Some people might say that money laundering is not a big problem in Tanzania, since we don't have any large drug trafficking or organised criminal groups," Royall commented at the signing ceremony. "However, money laundering facilitates all crimes, by providing the criminals with the ability to enjoy the proceeds of their crimes and also giving them the resources to expand their criminal activities."

    Royall also reminded those at the ceremony of the impact of the 1998 terrorist attacks on the US embassy in Dar es Salaam, highlighting the two governments' "common interest in eliminating sources of terrorist financing".

    He added that while this US Treasury programme had "taken on renewed importance in the light of the terrorist attacks last September" the initiative, which he hoped would develop "the finest anti-money laundering regime in Africa" was not merely an anti-terrorism initiative.

    "Money launderers, not only terrorists but also organized criminal groups, use weaknesses in financial systems," he noted. "Recognising this, the US has embarked on a worldwide effort to assist countries to develop effective anti-money laundering regimes."

    Officials at the US embassy told IRIN that after the September 11th attacks on the US, Secretary of Treasury Paul O'Neill had offered technical assistance in anti-money laundering to every country in the world, and that while it was "not specifically related to any particular threat", Tanzania had been one of the first to accept the offer.

    The "multi-year" programme will help law enforcement officials and regulatory bodies within Tanzania to combat these crimes by developing improved legislation, regulation and procedures, and by improving investigative techniques, including financial information gathering and analysis.

    At the ceremony, Finance Minister Mramba underlined Tanzania's active role in combating financial crime through its hosting of the Secretariat of the Eastern and Southern Africa Anti-Money Laundering Group (ESAAMLG) and its criminalisation of money laundering under the Proceeds of Crime Act.

    However, he said this was just the beginning and the government planned to put in place "a comprehensive law on money laundering to bridge the existing gaps".

    "This would involve, among other measures, the revision and amendment of the existing laws on money laundering, and the establishment of a Financial Intelligence Unit," he stated.

    A recent survey on Tanzania, conducted by the international accountancy firm Price Waterhouse Coopers (PWC), suggested that for the moment, money laundering was not an immediate or obvious problem in the country.

    However, analysts warned this did not mean the crime didn't exist, simply that it was not highlighted by those questioned.

    "Money laundering, if there isn't the appropriate legislation in place, may become a major problem," an accountant at PWC told IRIN.
     
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    Article XIII
    Extradition

    1. This article shall apply to the offenses established by the States Parties in accordance with this Convention.
    2. Each of the offenses to which this article applies shall be deemed to be included as an extraditable offense in any extradition treaty in force between the States Parties. The States Parties undertake to include such offenses as extraditable offenses in every extradition treaty to be concluded between or among them.
    3. If a State Party that makes extradition conditional on the existence of a treaty receives a request for extradition from another State Party with which it does not have an extradition treaty, it may consider this Convention as the legal basis for extradition with respect to any offense to which this article applies.
    4. States Parties that do not make extradition conditional on the existence of a treaty shall recognize offenses to which this article applies as extraditable offenses between themselves.
    5. Extradition shall be subject to the conditions provided for by the law of the Requested State or by applicable extradition treaties, including the grounds on which the Requested State may refuse extradition.
    6. If extradition for an offense to which this article applies is refused solely on the basis of the nationality of the person sought, or because the Requested State deems that it has jurisdiction over the offense, the Requested State shall submit the case to its competent authorities for the purpose of prosecution unless otherwise agreed with the Requesting State, and shall report the final outcome to the Requesting State in due course.
    7. Subject to the provisions of its domestic law and its extradition treaties, the Requested State may, upon being satisfied that the circumstances so warrant and are urgent, and at the request of the Requesting State, take into custody a person whose extradition is sought and who is present in its territory, or take other appropriate measures to ensure his presence at extradition proceedings.

    Hapo juu ni article XIII on international agreement on the fight agaist corruption Tanzania ikiwepo pamoja na US ambako Balali yupo!
    Swali ni kama Mh Rais amekataa kumleta Balali then sisi "THE PEOPLE" tunaweza?
     
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    We need US assistance on the investigation and prosecution of Daud Balali (and his gang) who is in their country!
    This is due to the agreement that we've signed together with the recent one our president and Mr Bush signed!
    The one of Millenium Challenge which even provides money to bring Balali home!
     
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    Nia ya kutaka kumleta ipo?
     
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    Hivi JK alisha ulizwa hili au ndio Usanii unaendelea maana hata kusikia kama mgonjwa wetu (balali) amepona ili aje kujibu tuhuma zake hatusikii tena kisa amesimamishwa kazi.

    Nafikiri wapinzani inatakiwa wakusanye nondo hizi zote wakati wa uchaguzi 2010 wafunike tu.
     
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    Nia kwa watanzania ipo..Isipokuwa Mh Rais katugeuka sisi wananchi!
     
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    Mkataba aliosaini juzi tu Mh Rais na Bush unatoa pesa nyingi tu za kuweza kumrududisha Balali Tanzania! Hii ikiwa ni pamoja na gharama zote za kesi!
     
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    Hapo juu ndio pale patamu haswa kwenye convention yetu na US kuhusu kumkamata Balali na kumrejesha bongo!
     
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    Hapakuwa na nia tangia mwanza ndugu Halisi.Haitakuwepo hata kama ni kesho .Sheria zipo na zilikuwepo na kama hazikuwepo basi kama Nchi ingalikuwa na nia ingalifanya kweli .Shida ni kwamba Balali alifanya walicho mtaka kufanya leo ukisema mkamate atawasha moto Dunia itashangaa .Ndiyo maana nasema JK hana nia sasa na hakuwa nayo kabla .
     
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    Ule mkataba wa milleniam challenge aliousaini Kikwete na Bush unatoa mamilioni ya dola kwa Tanzani kama wakitaka kugharamia ukamatwaji wake na shuguli zote za kufanikisha uwajibikaji!
    Sasa inabidi tuwasiliane na US Department of Justice ambao ndio wako responsible ili tusikie watatuambia nini!
     
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    Press Releases


    Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) Board Approves Threshold Program to Combat Corruption in Tanzania

    February 2, 2006
    Washington, DC- MCC's Board of Directors has approved up to $11.15 million in Threshold Program assistance to initiate a multi-sectoral attack on corruption in Tanzania. Tanzania's Threshold Program is expected to span a two-year period and will enable Tanzania to enhance local capacity to fight corruption, strengthen the rule of law for good governance and increase oversight of public procurement.

    "I offer my congratulations to the Government of Tanzania for putting together an integrated and results-oriented Threshold Program," said MCC CEO Ambassador John Danilovich. "I also would also like to acknowledge the hard work of our colleagues at USAID, the Treasury Department, the Department of Justice, and U.S. Embassy staff under Ambassador Retzer in making this Program a reality."

    Tanzania's Threshold Program will improve the ability of civil society to monitor the government's progress in combating corruption; strengthen the rule of law so that corruption cases can be successfully tried and offenders convicted; establish a Financial Intelligence Unit to detect financial crime; and increase the transparency of public procurement. The U.S. Agency for International Development, assisted by the Departments of Treasury and Justice, will administer and oversee implementation of the program. Tanzania will move ahead to implement its Threshold Program following a period of Congressional notification and a signing ceremony, scheduled to take place in Washington, DC.

    MCC's Threshold Country Program is designed to assist countries that are on the "threshold," meaning that they are committed to undertaking the reforms necessary to improve policy performance in the indicators central to being named eligible for MCC Compact assistance. Two Threshold Program agreements have been signed since MCC began operations in 2004. The first, with Burkina Faso, will improve access to, and the quality of, primary education for girls in 10 provinces that have historically achieved the lowest levels of girls' primary education completion rates. The second, with Malawi, focuses on fighting corruption and improving fiscal management.

    In November of 2005, Tanzania was selected as eligible for the Millennium Challenge Account. (MCA). Once signed, Tanzania's Threshold Program would run in parallel with the country's development of a proposal for an MCA Compact. MCC has completed five Compacts to date, totaling nearly $1 billion, with Madagascar, Honduras, Cape Verde, Nicaragua, and Georgia. The MCC Board has recently approved Compacts with Armenia, Vanuatu, and Benin, worth over $600 million.
     
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    Dolla za kimarekaniMilioni 11.5 zimetengwa kwa ajili yetu wabongo mahsusi kutuwezesha kuwa kwida kina Balali!
    Wazee kazi ianze mara moja!
     
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    Kwenye hii Threshold Program...
    1)Civil Society ndio sisi!
    2)Tuna nguvu za kui monitor serikali kwenye kasi YETU WANANCHI ya kupambana na UFISADI!
    3)Pia kubadilisha sheria ili kumkamata Balali,Chenge,na wengine wote waliohusika kwenye UFISADI na kuwasweka ndani!
    WATANZANIA TUAMKE!
     
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    Balozi wa Marekani alisha extend mkono na kusema kama serikali ya Tanzania inataka tuwasaidie kwenye swala la Balali sisi tuko tayari.

    Kikwete alisema nini? Kimyaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!
     
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    jmushi1 JF-Expert Member

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    Swali hapa sasa ni... "Sisi tufanye nini?"
     
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    Mods Naomba Muirudishe Ile Thread Niliyopigwa Nayo Vita Ya "kikwete Akataa Balali Asiletwe" hapa kwenye jukwaa la siasa!
    Muliiamamishia Kwenye Vibweka Vya Wakubwa!
    Sasa Nashangaa Mambo Serious Yanaitwa Vibweka!
     
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    Ukimya huu una mwisho kwasababu si ni alittle than a year anarudi kwa wadanganyika kuomba kura?

    Kama haelewi..Then Wadanganyika watamwelewesha kuhusu udanganywaji wao na hatma yake!
    We'll see this time! Atawaambia nini? Kuwa amefanya nini? Yangu macho!

    If nothing major happen..Then i can predict the fall of Kikwete and CCM coming election year 2010!
     
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    Watanzania wa hapa Marekani kuna jitihada zozote zile za kumkamata Balali?
     
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