Tanzania nchi ya pili Afrika kwa Uhuru wa kutoa maoni baada ya SA iko chini kidogo ya UK, CHADEMA mnalijua hili

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Tanzania yaongoza kwa bei ndogo ya mafuta ya taa, disel na Petrol Afrika Mashariki, Kenya bei juu

#HONGERA RAIS SAMIA
 

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GOODNEWZ: Tanzania nchi ya pili Africa kwa uhuru wa kujieleza|kutoa maoni baada ya Africa ya kusini,

Tanzania nchi ya 17 kati ya nchi 195 za dunia zinazoruhusu na zisizoruhusu watu wake kujieleza|kutoa maoni,

Nikwamara ya kwanza nchi yetu kufikia kiwango hiki cha juu cha watu kutoa maoni yao kwa uhuru tangu tupate uhuru miaka 60 iliyopita

Je, Kwamwendo huu kunahaja ya Upinzani kuweka mgombea Urais mwaka 2025!!?


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Countries With Freedom Of Speech 2021
_______________________________

Freedom of speech is the right for an individual or community to express any opinions without censorship or restraint and without fear of retaliation or legal sanction. This is not limited to “speech” specifically as it includes other forms of expression. There is an ongoing debate about where to draw the line between freedom of speech and offensive comments. Especially in the age of social media, concerns have arisen over whether freedom of speech is causing more harm than it is good.

Freedom of speech is a right preserved in the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and is granted formal recognition by the laws of most nations; however, the degree to which this right is upheld varies significantly from one country to another. Freedom of speech is just one of the many freedoms that the freest countries in the world guarantee.

In the United States, freedom of speech is more widely accepted than in any other country. A 38-nation Pew Research Center survey conducted in 2015 found that Americans are among the most supportive of free speech, freedom of the press, and the right to use the Internet without government censorship. Furthermore, Americans are much more tolerant of offensive speech than people in other nations. In general, the survey showed that countries in the Western Hemisphere are more tolerant than countries in the Eastern Hemisphere.

freestar
Researchers asked participants of 38 countries a series of five questions with answers ranging from 0-8. Zero represents the least support for freedom of expression, and 8 represents the most supportive for freedom of expression. A median score was calculated for each country.

The United States received the highest score of 5.73. Freedom of speech is no stranger to freedom of speech, as the First Amendment protects freedom of speech: “Congress shall make no law… abridging freedom of speech.” In the U.S., freedom of speech includes the right not to speak (specifically, the right not to salute the flag), to engage in symbolic speech, to use certain offensive words and phrases to convey political messages, and to advertise commercial products and professional services (with some restrictions).

Freedom of speech does have restrictions. These include, but are not limited to, libel, slander, incitement, copyright violation, trade secrets, and perjury. A person may not incite action that would harm others, such as shouting “fire” in a crowded theater. A person may not make or distribute obscene materials, and students may not make an obscene speech at a school-sponsored event.

freestar
Poland was the second-most tolerant with a median score of 5.66, followed by Spain and the United Kingdom with median scores of 5.62 and 4.78, respectively.

While many nations acknowledge freedom of speech as a fundamental right and allow their people to freely voice their opinions and ideas, this is not the case in some nations. Some of the most censored nations globally are North Korea, Burma, Turkmenistan, Equatorial Guinea, Libya, Eritrea, Cuba, Uzbekistan,
Syria, and Belarus. Citizens of these countries are virtually isolated by authoritarian rulers who see access to information as a threat to their rule. The media is silenced, and highly censored and restrictive laws, fear, and intimidation are used to prevent the spread of information

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Kuna watu unaweza sema wamezaliwa kutukanwa.... :)
 

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Nawasalimu kwa jina la JMT,

GOODNEWZ: Tanzania nchi ya pili Africa kwa uhuru wa kujieleza|kutoa maoni baada ya Africa ya kusini,

Tanzania nchi ya 17 kati ya nchi 195 za dunia zinazoruhusu na zisizoruhusu watu wake kujieleza|kutoa maoni,

Nikwamara ya kwanza nchi yetu kufikia kiwango hiki cha juu cha watu kutoa maoni yao kwa uhuru tangu tupate uhuru miaka 60 iliyopita

Je, Kwamwendo huu kunahaja ya Upinzani kuweka mgombea Urais mwaka 2025!!?


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Countries With Freedom Of Speech 2021
_______________________________

Freedom of speech is the right for an individual or community to express any opinions without censorship or restraint and without fear of retaliation or legal sanction. This is not limited to “speech” specifically as it includes other forms of expression. There is an ongoing debate about where to draw the line between freedom of speech and offensive comments. Especially in the age of social media, concerns have arisen over whether freedom of speech is causing more harm than it is good.

Freedom of speech is a right preserved in the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and is granted formal recognition by the laws of most nations; however, the degree to which this right is upheld varies significantly from one country to another. Freedom of speech is just one of the many freedoms that the freest countries in the world guarantee.

In the United States, freedom of speech is more widely accepted than in any other country. A 38-nation Pew Research Center survey conducted in 2015 found that Americans are among the most supportive of free speech, freedom of the press, and the right to use the Internet without government censorship. Furthermore, Americans are much more tolerant of offensive speech than people in other nations. In general, the survey showed that countries in the Western Hemisphere are more tolerant than countries in the Eastern Hemisphere.

freestar
Researchers asked participants of 38 countries a series of five questions with answers ranging from 0-8. Zero represents the least support for freedom of expression, and 8 represents the most supportive for freedom of expression. A median score was calculated for each country.

The United States received the highest score of 5.73. Freedom of speech is no stranger to freedom of speech, as the First Amendment protects freedom of speech: “Congress shall make no law… abridging freedom of speech.” In the U.S., freedom of speech includes the right not to speak (specifically, the right not to salute the flag), to engage in symbolic speech, to use certain offensive words and phrases to convey political messages, and to advertise commercial products and professional services (with some restrictions).

Freedom of speech does have restrictions. These include, but are not limited to, libel, slander, incitement, copyright violation, trade secrets, and perjury. A person may not incite action that would harm others, such as shouting “fire” in a crowded theater. A person may not make or distribute obscene materials, and students may not make an obscene speech at a school-sponsored event.

freestar
Poland was the second-most tolerant with a median score of 5.66, followed by Spain and the United Kingdom with median scores of 5.62 and 4.78, respectively.

While many nations acknowledge freedom of speech as a fundamental right and allow their people to freely voice their opinions and ideas, this is not the case in some nations. Some of the most censored nations globally are North Korea, Burma, Turkmenistan, Equatorial Guinea, Libya, Eritrea, Cuba, Uzbekistan,
Syria, and Belarus. Citizens of these countries are virtually isolated by authoritarian rulers who see access to information as a threat to their rule. The media is silenced, and highly censored and restrictive laws, fear, and intimidation are used to prevent the spread of information

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Unajua Rais Samia amejenga madarasa elfu 18?

Endelea kumwombea
 

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Huyu Mama anaenda kuwafuta wapinzani very soon,

Walitegemea kuonewa huruma kwamba wananyanyaswa,

Kwaripoti hizi Chadema Mwafwaa
Kwani zamu yako ya kumwagilia maua malaloni Chato ni lini. Siku ukienda yafaa pia ukaliangalie vizuri na kufanya tafakuri kwanza ili akili ikururudie.
 

ABC ZA 2020

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Nawasalimu kwa jina la JMT,

GOODNEWZ: Tanzania nchi ya pili Africa kwa uhuru wa kujieleza|kutoa maoni baada ya Africa ya kusini,

Tanzania nchi ya 17 kati ya nchi 195 za dunia zinazoruhusu na zisizoruhusu watu wake kujieleza|kutoa maoni,

Nikwamara ya kwanza nchi yetu kufikia kiwango hiki cha juu cha watu kutoa maoni yao kwa uhuru tangu tupate uhuru miaka 60 iliyopita

Je, Kwamwendo huu kunahaja ya Upinzani kuweka mgombea Urais mwaka 2025!!?


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Countries With Freedom Of Speech 2021
_______________________________

Freedom of speech is the right for an individual or community to express any opinions without censorship or restraint and without fear of retaliation or legal sanction. This is not limited to “speech” specifically as it includes other forms of expression. There is an ongoing debate about where to draw the line between freedom of speech and offensive comments. Especially in the age of social media, concerns have arisen over whether freedom of speech is causing more harm than it is good.

Freedom of speech is a right preserved in the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and is granted formal recognition by the laws of most nations; however, the degree to which this right is upheld varies significantly from one country to another. Freedom of speech is just one of the many freedoms that the freest countries in the world guarantee.

In the United States, freedom of speech is more widely accepted than in any other country. A 38-nation Pew Research Center survey conducted in 2015 found that Americans are among the most supportive of free speech, freedom of the press, and the right to use the Internet without government censorship. Furthermore, Americans are much more tolerant of offensive speech than people in other nations. In general, the survey showed that countries in the Western Hemisphere are more tolerant than countries in the Eastern Hemisphere.

freestar
Researchers asked participants of 38 countries a series of five questions with answers ranging from 0-8. Zero represents the least support for freedom of expression, and 8 represents the most supportive for freedom of expression. A median score was calculated for each country.

The United States received the highest score of 5.73. Freedom of speech is no stranger to freedom of speech, as the First Amendment protects freedom of speech: “Congress shall make no law… abridging freedom of speech.” In the U.S., freedom of speech includes the right not to speak (specifically, the right not to salute the flag), to engage in symbolic speech, to use certain offensive words and phrases to convey political messages, and to advertise commercial products and professional services (with some restrictions).

Freedom of speech does have restrictions. These include, but are not limited to, libel, slander, incitement, copyright violation, trade secrets, and perjury. A person may not incite action that would harm others, such as shouting “fire” in a crowded theater. A person may not make or distribute obscene materials, and students may not make an obscene speech at a school-sponsored event.

freestar
Poland was the second-most tolerant with a median score of 5.66, followed by Spain and the United Kingdom with median scores of 5.62 and 4.78, respectively.

While many nations acknowledge freedom of speech as a fundamental right and allow their people to freely voice their opinions and ideas, this is not the case in some nations. Some of the most censored nations globally are North Korea, Burma, Turkmenistan, Equatorial Guinea, Libya, Eritrea, Cuba, Uzbekistan,
Syria, and Belarus. Citizens of these countries are virtually isolated by authoritarian rulers who see access to information as a threat to their rule. The media is silenced, and highly censored and restrictive laws, fear, and intimidation are used to prevent the spread of information

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Rais Samia atoa wastani wa madarasa manne na madawati 120 katika kila shule ya Sekondari ya Serikali nchi nzima | Hakika awamu ya Sita Tanzania lazima iwe Tanzania.​

" Hakuna kama Samaia "​


Baada ya janga la Covid-19 kuvuruga Uchumi wa dunia na sisi tukiwemo, Shirika la fedha duniani ( IMF) pamoja na benki ya dunia ( WB) wameanza kuzisaidia nchi mbalimbali duniani ikiwemo Tanzania mikopo yenye masharti nafuu ili pesa hizo zitumike kama Economic Stimulus & Relief Fund na hapa muelewe vizuri Tanzania tunapokea mikopo na misaada ila "HATUITEGEMEI " ndio maana hata kwenye bajeti yetu hii ya FY2021|22 katia ya Tshs 36.33trl zilizotengwa pesa zetu ni 91.9% huku misaada na mikopo ikiwa ni 8.1% tu,

IMF tayari imeisaidia Tanzania mkopo wenye masharti nafuu kiasi cha Tshs 1.3trl kwaajili ya kusisimua Uchumi wake uliodorora kwasababu ya covod-19 kwani niukweli usiopingika Tanzania tumeumizwa zaidi kwenye Sekta za Utalii,biashara na Usafirishaji,

Rais Samia Suluhu Hassan kwa kutumia pesa hizo na baada ya kutoa madarasa ya kisasa elfu 15 sawa na wastani wa madarasa manne kwenye kila shule ya Sekondari ya Serikali nchi nzima huku kipaumbele kikiwa ni shule zenye upungufu wa madarasa lakini furaha iliyoje Rais wetu ametoa tena jumla ya madawati 462,795 ambayo ni sawa na Wastani wa madawati 120 kwenye kila Shule ya Sekondari nchi nzima ambazo jumla ya shule hizo ni 3,863.

Sababu za Rais Samia Suluhu Hassan kutoa madarasa mapya manne ya kisasa na madawati mapya 120 katika kila shule ya Sekondari ya Serikali nchi nzima ni kuhakikisha wazazi wa watoto watakaojiunga na kidato cha kwanza mwakani katika mwaka wa masomo 2021|2025 hawalipi hata Shilingia mia moja kwani Rais wetu mnyenyekevu ameshalipa pia ada za watoto wote 1M wanaotakiwa kuanza shule siku moja nchi nzima yaani trh 06|01|2022,hii haijawahi kutokea katika historia ya nchi yetu,


VIVA SAMIA VIVA || VIVA TANZANIA VIVA

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Anawezaje haya yote huyu mama?

SGR TZS 10.2T ni Yeye,
SG TZS 6.55T ni Yeye
Madarasa mapya manne kila sekondari nchi nzima,
Madawati 120 kila sekondari nchi nzima
 

CM 1774858

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Nawasalimu kwa jina la JMT,

GOODNEWZ: Tanzania nchi ya pili Africa kwa uhuru wa kujieleza|kutoa maoni baada ya Africa ya kusini,

Tanzania nchi ya 17 kati ya nchi 195 za dunia zinazoruhusu na zisizoruhusu watu wake kujieleza|kutoa maoni,

Nikwamara ya kwanza nchi yetu kufikia kiwango hiki cha juu cha watu kutoa maoni yao kwa uhuru tangu tupate uhuru miaka 60 iliyopita

Je, Kwamwendo huu kunahaja ya Upinzani kuweka mgombea Urais mwaka 2025!!?


👇🏿👇🏿👍🏿

Countries With Freedom Of Speech 2021
_______________________________

Freedom of speech is the right for an individual or community to express any opinions without censorship or restraint and without fear of retaliation or legal sanction. This is not limited to “speech” specifically as it includes other forms of expression. There is an ongoing debate about where to draw the line between freedom of speech and offensive comments. Especially in the age of social media, concerns have arisen over whether freedom of speech is causing more harm than it is good.

Freedom of speech is a right preserved in the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and is granted formal recognition by the laws of most nations; however, the degree to which this right is upheld varies significantly from one country to another. Freedom of speech is just one of the many freedoms that the freest countries in the world guarantee.

In the United States, freedom of speech is more widely accepted than in any other country. A 38-nation Pew Research Center survey conducted in 2015 found that Americans are among the most supportive of free speech, freedom of the press, and the right to use the Internet without government censorship. Furthermore, Americans are much more tolerant of offensive speech than people in other nations. In general, the survey showed that countries in the Western Hemisphere are more tolerant than countries in the Eastern Hemisphere.

freestar
Researchers asked participants of 38 countries a series of five questions with answers ranging from 0-8. Zero represents the least support for freedom of expression, and 8 represents the most supportive for freedom of expression. A median score was calculated for each country.

The United States received the highest score of 5.73. Freedom of speech is no stranger to freedom of speech, as the First Amendment protects freedom of speech: “Congress shall make no law… abridging freedom of speech.” In the U.S., freedom of speech includes the right not to speak (specifically, the right not to salute the flag), to engage in symbolic speech, to use certain offensive words and phrases to convey political messages, and to advertise commercial products and professional services (with some restrictions).

Freedom of speech does have restrictions. These include, but are not limited to, libel, slander, incitement, copyright violation, trade secrets, and perjury. A person may not incite action that would harm others, such as shouting “fire” in a crowded theater. A person may not make or distribute obscene materials, and students may not make an obscene speech at a school-sponsored event.

freestar
Poland was the second-most tolerant with a median score of 5.66, followed by Spain and the United Kingdom with median scores of 5.62 and 4.78, respectively.

While many nations acknowledge freedom of speech as a fundamental right and allow their people to freely voice their opinions and ideas, this is not the case in some nations. Some of the most censored nations globally are North Korea, Burma, Turkmenistan, Equatorial Guinea, Libya, Eritrea, Cuba, Uzbekistan,
Syria, and Belarus. Citizens of these countries are virtually isolated by authoritarian rulers who see access to information as a threat to their rule. The media is silenced, and highly censored and restrictive laws, fear, and intimidation are used to prevent the spread of information

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14|10|2021

Rais Samia atakuwa Chato kwenye kuzima Mwenge

Sherehe zitafanyika Uwanja wa Magufuli,

Karibu sana njoo Uungane na Rais wako,

_______
 

CM 1774858

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Nawasalimu kwa jina la JMT,

GOODNEWZ: Tanzania nchi ya pili Africa kwa uhuru wa kujieleza|kutoa maoni baada ya Africa ya kusini,

Tanzania nchi ya 17 kati ya nchi 195 za dunia zinazoruhusu na zisizoruhusu watu wake kujieleza|kutoa maoni,

Nikwamara ya kwanza nchi yetu kufikia kiwango hiki cha juu cha watu kutoa maoni yao kwa uhuru tangu tupate uhuru miaka 60 iliyopita

Je, Kwamwendo huu kunahaja ya Upinzani kuweka mgombea Urais mwaka 2025!!?


👇🏿👇🏿👍🏿

Countries With Freedom Of Speech 2021
_______________________________

Freedom of speech is the right for an individual or community to express any opinions without censorship or restraint and without fear of retaliation or legal sanction. This is not limited to “speech” specifically as it includes other forms of expression. There is an ongoing debate about where to draw the line between freedom of speech and offensive comments. Especially in the age of social media, concerns have arisen over whether freedom of speech is causing more harm than it is good.

Freedom of speech is a right preserved in the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and is granted formal recognition by the laws of most nations; however, the degree to which this right is upheld varies significantly from one country to another. Freedom of speech is just one of the many freedoms that the freest countries in the world guarantee.

In the United States, freedom of speech is more widely accepted than in any other country. A 38-nation Pew Research Center survey conducted in 2015 found that Americans are among the most supportive of free speech, freedom of the press, and the right to use the Internet without government censorship. Furthermore, Americans are much more tolerant of offensive speech than people in other nations. In general, the survey showed that countries in the Western Hemisphere are more tolerant than countries in the Eastern Hemisphere.

freestar
Researchers asked participants of 38 countries a series of five questions with answers ranging from 0-8. Zero represents the least support for freedom of expression, and 8 represents the most supportive for freedom of expression. A median score was calculated for each country.

The United States received the highest score of 5.73. Freedom of speech is no stranger to freedom of speech, as the First Amendment protects freedom of speech: “Congress shall make no law… abridging freedom of speech.” In the U.S., freedom of speech includes the right not to speak (specifically, the right not to salute the flag), to engage in symbolic speech, to use certain offensive words and phrases to convey political messages, and to advertise commercial products and professional services (with some restrictions).

Freedom of speech does have restrictions. These include, but are not limited to, libel, slander, incitement, copyright violation, trade secrets, and perjury. A person may not incite action that would harm others, such as shouting “fire” in a crowded theater. A person may not make or distribute obscene materials, and students may not make an obscene speech at a school-sponsored event.

freestar
Poland was the second-most tolerant with a median score of 5.66, followed by Spain and the United Kingdom with median scores of 5.62 and 4.78, respectively.

While many nations acknowledge freedom of speech as a fundamental right and allow their people to freely voice their opinions and ideas, this is not the case in some nations. Some of the most censored nations globally are North Korea, Burma, Turkmenistan, Equatorial Guinea, Libya, Eritrea, Cuba, Uzbekistan,
Syria, and Belarus. Citizens of these countries are virtually isolated by authoritarian rulers who see access to information as a threat to their rule. The media is silenced, and highly censored and restrictive laws, fear, and intimidation are used to prevent the spread of information

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