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The Ultimate Future of Tanzania

Discussion in 'Habari na Hoja mchanganyiko' started by Sordo, Nov 30, 2011.

  1. Sordo

    Sordo JF-Expert Member

    Nov 30, 2011
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    The situation in Tanzania is real seems to be uncertain given the current situation associated with demonstration, unnecessary arrest of civilian, economic hardship, poor social services status, increase in poverty depth and incident and abuse of rule of law e.t.c.
    From conflict management perspective usually there three (3) main factors which leads to conflicts to arise 1. Structural factors: These are factors related to leadership/governance structure, policies and legislation, systems e.t.c. 2. Proximate factors: these factors create a conducive environment for conflicts to arise. Example of these factors are like political assassination, proliferation of firearms e.t.c. This is relating to current arrest of political leaders/ members of the opposition parties in Tanzania Like CDM, CUF and NCCR-MAGEUZI. 3. Trigger off factors. these factors set the fire on/flame for conflict to arise but they are not necessarily the main causes of conflicts. Subjectively both structural and proximate factors are evidenced in Tanzania therefore it is only a very minor trigger off factor we are waiting to blow out for the conflict to arise. But basically the future is uncertain since we are preaching and proud to have the peace and stability but the fact is the Tanzania peace is only in the international boarder! However currently there is Al-Shabab threat!!

    It is upon all patriotic Tanzanian to stand with their own feet to protect and maintain all the pillars of our country stability!

    ”We only have one home. If we destroy this home, then it’s not only the poor that will suffer, but also the rich. So for your own sakes, we ask you to stand on the side of justice,” Desmond Tutu.