Independent Electoral Commision of Tanzania(IECT)

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Hata kama CCM ikishindwa...hii tume yetu ya NEC haifai...napendekeza iundwe Independent Electoral Commision of Tanzania (IECT)...sasa tuanze mjadala iwe na muundo gani kisheria na kiutaratibu...sitaki iwe na mkono wa Rais tena. Mimi napendekeza viongozi wa taasisi zifuatazo wawe wajumbe kwa mujibu wa nafasi zao ili nao waweze kuchagua viongozi wa tume:
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Hili jina la NEC ni kikwazo pia maana CCM nayo ina NEC ndani yake hivyo kuchanganya watu kila mara
 
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positive thinking mlevi wetu.
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positive thinking mlevi wetu.
cha msingi tuanze mchakato sasa wakushinikiza tume huru. la sivyo nchi itakuwa kwenye machafuko kila msimu wa uchaguzi
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Angalieni hii ya Australia(from Wkipedia)

Australia enforces compulsory voting.[2] Compulsory voting at referendums was considered when a referendum was proposed in 1915, but, as the referendum was never held, the idea was put on hold.[3] The immediate impetus for compulsory voting at federal level was the low voter turnout (59.38 percent)[3] at the 1922 federal election. However, it was not on the platform of either the Stanley Bruce-led Nationalist/Country party coalition government or the Matthew Charlton-led Labor opposition to introduce this requirement; rather, the initiative was taken by a backbench Tasmanian senator from the Nationalists, Herbert Payne, who introduced a Private Senator's Bill, the Commonwealth Electoral Act 1924, on 16 July 1924. Senator Payne's bill was passed with little debate (the House of Representatives agreed to it in less than an hour), and in neither house was a division required, hence no votes were recorded against the bill.[4] It received Royal Assent on 31 July 1924.[5] The 1925 federal election was the first to be held under compulsory voting; the turnout figure climbed to 91.4 per cent, an increase of 32 percentage points on the previous election.

Voting is compulsory both at federal elections and at elections for the state and territory legislatures. In the states of South Australia, Tasmania and Western Australia voting at local elections is not compulsory.[6] About 5% of enrolled voters fail to vote at most elections. People in this situation are asked to explain their failure to vote. If no satisfactory reason is provided (for example, illness or religious prohibition), a relatively small fine is imposed ($20),[7] and failure to pay the fine may result in a court hearing.

It is commonly but wrongly claimed[8] that it is compulsory only to attend a polling place and have one's name checked against the electoral roll. In fact, Section 245 of the Electoral Act[9] says that "It shall be the duty of every elector to vote at each election... The Electoral Commissioner must, after polling day at each election, prepare for each Division a list of the names and addresses of the electors who appear to have failed to vote at the election." A voter who has their name crossed off but then refuses a ballot paper or is seen not to put the ballot in the ballot box may be recorded as having not voted.[citation needed]
 
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MODS please hamisha hii kwenda jukwaa la Uchaguzi 2010 nimeweka huku kwa makosa....
 

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