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Tanzania Failed Opposition threatens Political and Fiscal stability of the country

Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Siasa' started by MaxShimba, May 30, 2011.

  1. MaxShimba

    MaxShimba JF-Expert Member

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    The long-term fiscal and political stability of stronger Tanzania nation in modern times is directly threatened by "opposition parties," largely due to a number of factors such as their malicious acts and ineffective opposition parties and the proliferation of conflicts caused by said oppositionist such as CHADEMA.

    Consequently, the problems posed by the failed oppositionist continue to pose a stark distraction to moving the government of President Jakaya Kikwete forward in the global efforts to empower Tanzanians in the global nations.

    The focus on failed oppositionist parties is germane to this discussion due to the fact that Tanzanians maintains the dubious and notorious distinction of having some of the worst opposition parties who are trying to cause civil conflicts without care of the peace that existed since the birth of Tanzania.

    However, just being the opposition party in name or during an election year is not a panacea for the effective practice of democracy. Failed or ineffective opposition parties across Tanzania, over the years have, in a way, contributed to the alienation of a large group of the national population for which the parties were organized in the first place. Not all their troubles are self-induced. Some stem from election laws or government policies that weigh heavily against them.

    A credible opposition in Tanzania today must demonstrate that it is viable, credible, and above all, can focus on maintaining a national presence rather than ethnic loyalties. They must see themselves as a government-in-waiting fully capable of participating in the national life of the nation, and not merely a party out of power. Its own philosophy and ideology must appeal to the largest and ethnically blind populace as possible to merit any relevance.

    The opposition must also work diligently to attract the best minds locally that can research, develop and apply political, social, fiscal and economic alternatives to national issues for the general good of the nation.

    Another ideal is the formation of a united opposition climate such as building alliances and constituency building capacity in an effort to yield a credible representation in elections. Long term planning for political maturity and ultimate governance is not a luxury either.
     
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    LAT JF-Expert Member

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    crap....!

    wahindi .... .worry and fear ..... 2015 is coming soon.....!
     
  3. MaxShimba

    MaxShimba JF-Expert Member

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    It's all about the storm this morning rather than the talking heads blabbering about 2015.
     
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    Kichakoro JF-Expert Member

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    Mkuu napata taabu sana when you say ''Long term fiscal stability.." Tanzanian economy I can assure you is growing (economic growth & Development) is only in papers. Look at rate of inflation reported and real life, Look at the tambling TZS etc, Look at income distribution, costs of borrowing ( all these factors look at micro and macro levels) then tell me in the last 10 years what have we archieved so far to say the economy is fairing well.

    Ni siasaaaaaaaaaaaaaa kwa kwenda mbele
     
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    Jasusi JF-Expert Member

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    How do you define a failed opposition. Or a failed anything for that matter? If Chadema is a failed opposition the likes of you would be sleeping comfortably, no? But you are here day and night ruminating this and that about Chadema. Get a life
     
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    Dingswayo JF-Expert Member

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    Ningeweza kukujibu kwa kiingereza, lakini nimefanya makusudi kukujibu kwa Kiswahili. Kama hujajua sababu zenyewe, basi tena!

    Hujaeleza hivyo vitendo ambavyo vimefanya upinzani kuwa umeshindwa. Zaidi ya kutumia kiingereza, bado sijaona kama kuna hoja yoyote hapa ambayo inahitajiwa kujadiliwa.
     
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    Bigirita JF-Expert Member

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    Kwa hiyo serikali inakopa sasa hivi....fiscal instability.... kwa sababu ya failed opposition?

    Ni lini tanzania under ccm imeshawahi kuwa stable kiuchumi? Au hata ndani ya bajeti? And yet, halmashauri kibao zimepata hati chafu ya audit kwa kutafuna bilion of tsh fedha za maendeleo.

    Sijui kwanini nimekujibu, nilipaswa nikutukane tu! Kibaraka mkubwa.
     
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    Pharaoh JF-Expert Member

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    Nemasti dosti! ohk kasie?
    najua hupendi tuongee kihindi lakini tutaongea tu, kwa kuwa umekataa kujifunza kiswahili basi mimi nitakuongelesha kihindi.
    CCM ni chama cha wahindi, bora kenya wahindi hawaruhusiwi kwenye siasa.
     
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    Kiungani JF-Expert Member

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    Ketav Ashurit, your article not only lacks originality of ideas or even cohesive flow of ideas, it is also a worst case of plagiarism for someone who is trying to pass themselves as 'JF Great Thinker.

    This article, or the most of it, was originally published on January 13th, 2011 by Nyankor Matthew in the LiberianForum.com. See reference here: LiberianForum.Com - Liberia’s Political Parties lack Ideological competence.

    So, next time be careful before you come here with patchwork of stolen ideas trying to insult our intelligence.

    Peace.
     
  10. Buchanan

    Buchanan JF Diamond Member

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    Wanachakachua hata articles, kaaaazi kwelikweli!
     
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    nyabhingi JF-Expert Member

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    what's his name gain??ashurit ketav?sounds like indian to me!!you can see the timing of this garbage,simply because your prime minister landed here the other day doesn't give you the right to pop that mad sh*t,nyamongo massacre wasn't committed by any oppositon party rather by the ruling party's crooked out cops..do you have a paaport,working permit or something??maana mmejazana fire pale kama nnini,wengine hamjui neither kiswahili nor kiingereza..u need to go back home,cuz i know you speaking from bongo
     
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    i think one of the key function of the political party is to challenge the government so as to ensure good life in a country so if they wont open up directly and expose various issues how do you think the leaders will know their mistakes?i just love CHADEMA moves and in case you real fear the political party then for sure you want REBELS? let people have all the freedom we don't want rebels in this country.
     
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    Fabolous JF-Expert Member

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    Go back to India
     
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    Kuna watanzania wanatumia muda mwingi sana kuandika propagandas za ccm na ideology za kimaskini na za kikoloni humu JF. Nimesoma hii thread ba kuona matatizo ya ccm kila mahali. Hizi hoja na propagandas zimeonekana tangu zamani kwamba hazi work tena na wewe kama mfanyakazi wa ccm unajaribu tena kuandika Tanzania inaamani na utulivu. Hiyo amani maana yake ni nini? Tangu lini umeona nchi inaamani na wananchi hawana chakula? Tangu lini umetembelea nchi maskini huku duniani na hakuna ajira na uchumi umekaliwa na mafisadi, then you are calling this stability?

    Wananchi tunachokifanya sasa ni kuimarisha na kuendelea na campaign za kuwaelisha wananchi juu ya umuhimu wa katiba na haki zao. Kikubwa Chadema na wananchi tunakariba wakati wa kupiga kura za maoni na kumwondoa kikwete na kundi lake la wasanii Tanzania. Tunawahimiza wafanyakazi wa serikali ya ccm tumieni resources wananchi kueneza propagandas zenu na siku ikifika hata hizi computers na cellphones mnazotumia vitakuwa vidhibitisho mahakamani. Watanzania sio wajinga kama nyie....

    "Umaskini wa mawazo ni kama shimo la choo"


     
  15. MaxShimba

    MaxShimba JF-Expert Member

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    You were almost making sense, except for the part that they filibustered every single effort done by JK and CCM. Where do you think the idological pressure on chademans comes from?
     
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    MaxShimba JF-Expert Member

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    No merits here.
    A chadema myth
     
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    MaxShimba JF-Expert Member

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    CHADEMANS this is what you CDM don't have in your IQS/party. Quote from JFK "And so, my fellow Americans: ask not what your country can do for you - ask what you can do for your country."
     
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    MaxShimba JF-Expert Member

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    I must remind you of some probity about CDM, they are "obstructionist". Just read the replication of your fellow JF's CDM. I know it is hard for CDM to comprehend the varity.
     
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    Ngekewa JF-Expert Member

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    We Golos are the ones who ought to care thus worrying and fearing and not the Wahindis. the problem with you is that you are not realistic as are those in the helms of opposition parties.
     
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    Jasusi JF-Expert Member

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    Can you give us just one example where Chadema has filibustered any effort done by JK? Unless you do not know the meaning of the word filibuster. How can a party that does not have a majority in parliament filibuster anything? Try again, novice.
     
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