Let us do some brainstorming on the worst case scenario given certain possible situations in Tanzania: CASE 1: - CCM loses in Zanzibar to CUF. CUF decide to change the name of the government and remove any reference to "Revolution". Decide to take some initiatives to expand the autonomy of Zanzibar. What is the reaction of the United Government? CASE 2: - CCM retains za Zanzibar's Presidency but loses the House of Representatives to CUF which gets the majority. HoR now passes laws which leads to more autonomy of Zanzibar. How does the President (Zanzibar's) reacts? CASE 3: - Kikwete decide NOT to run for second term in 2010. What happens to CCM? CASE 4: - Kikwete still RUNS but a contender emerges from CCM. He/She is more popular and promise extensive reform in the Party and the govt. He/she acknowledges the failure of the party to lead the country and promises real change. He gets followers and a backing from within and without. How DOES JK reacts to the challenge? CASE 5: - The elections results are delayed; initial results shows the main opposition candidate has done unexpectedly well. The outcome is almost midway divided. In fact, it points to a suprise win by an opposition. NEC hurry to declare Kikwete the winner; in the middle of the night he hurried to be sworn in. HOW does the opposition reacts? CASE 6: - Following the disputed elections, violence erupts. Manzese is burning so is Mabatini, Magomeni, Mwanjelwa, Makorola, Moshi Mjini, Mwanza mjini, and Zanzibar in the third day 70 people are dead, 200 wounded and rising. Violence seems not to be ending. The international community is shocked, the opposition leader is not surrendering. Big demonstrations are called towards Magogoni. How does the the just sworn in President reacts? How do we resolve the situation? Especially when the President applies Emergency Powers ( as per 1984 Laws). The media is curbed, journalists detained, marshal laws declared but not obeyed. How do we resolve the impasse? Pick any, some or all the cases and give me ur worst case scenario.