National Assembly (Tanzania)

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The National Assembly of Tanzania (Bunge la Tanzania) and the President of the United Republic make up the Parliament of Tanzania.wikipedia
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Tanzania

TanzanianUnited Republic of TanzaniaRepublic of Tanzania
The National Assembly of Tanzania (Bunge la Tanzania) and the President of the United Republic make up the Parliament of Tanzania.
The sovereign state of Tanzania is a presidential constitutional republic and since 1996 its official capital city has been Dodoma where the president's office, the National Assembly, and some government ministries are located.

Job Ndugai

The current Speaker of the National Assembly is Job Ndugai, who presides over a unicameral assembly of 393 members.
Mr. Job Yustino Ndugai (born 21 January 1960) is a Tanzanian politician who has been Speaker of the National Assembly of Tanzania since November 2015.

List of constituencies of Tanzania

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The Parliament of Tanzania is made up of 239 constituencies which elect a Member of Parliament for a five-year term.

Tanganyika

Republic of TanganyikamainlandTanzania Mainland
The National Assembly of Tanzania was formed as the Legislative Council of Tanzania Mainland – then known as Tanganyika – in 1926.
Tanganyika adopted a new constitution in 1962 that abolished the monarchy, with the National Assembly (the majority of whom were members of the Tanganyika African National Union Party) drastically revising the new Constitution to favor a strong executive branch of government, namely a president.

Zanzibar

ZanzibariZanzibar, TanzaniaCommittee of Six
The Parliament has powers to deal with both Union and non-Union issues which are not in the scope of the Zanzibar Government.
The House of Representatives has a similar composition to the National Assembly of Tanzania.

Tulia Ackson

Dr. Tulia Ackson
Dr. Tulia Ackson (born November 23 1976) is the Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly of Tanzania, in office since 2015.

Politics of Tanzania

Tanzanian GovernmentGovernment of Tanzaniagovernment
The president selects his cabinet from among National Assembly members.

Chama Cha Mapinduzi

CCMParty of the RevolutionCCM party
In the 2010 election, it won 186 of the 239 constituencies, continuing to hold an outright majority in the National Assembly.

Chadema

Chama cha Demokrasia na Maendeleo, '''Chama cha Demokrasia na MaendeleoChadema - Party for Democracy and Progress
In the 1995 general election, the party won 4 out of 269 seats in the National Assembly and 42 councillors nationwide.

Zanzibar House of Representatives

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* National Assembly (Tanzania)

Unicameralism

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2015 Tanzanian general election

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Voters elected the president, members of Parliament, and local government councillors.

Attorney General of Tanzania

Attorney GeneralAttorney General's Chambers
The Attorney General of Tanzania is the legal adviser to the Government of Tanzania and serves concurrently as an ex officio member of the Cabinet and Parliament.

Dodoma

Dodoma, TanzaniaCapital Development Authority of DodomaDodoma Town
The site, the Dodoma region, had been looked at as a potential new capital as early as 1915 by the then colonial power Germany, in 1932 by the British as a League of Nations mandate and again in the post-independence National Assembly in 1961 and 1966.

NCCR–Mageuzi

NCCR-MageuziNational Convention for Construction and Reform-MageuziNational Convention for Construction and Reform–Mageuzi

President of Tanzania

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The National Assembly of Tanzania (Bunge la Tanzania) and the President of the United Republic make up the Parliament of Tanzania.

List of Speakers of the National Assembly of Tanzania

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The current Speaker of the National Assembly is Job Ndugai, who presides over a unicameral assembly of 393 members.

Donald Charles Cameron (colonial administrator)

Donald Charles CameronDonald CameronSir Donald Cameron
The Council consisted of 20 members when it was formed on 7 December 1926 under the Chairmanship of the Governor of Tanganyika, Sir Donald Cameron.