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9970024388
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R. S. Mukandala,Rwekaza Sympho Mukandala
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Politics & Government
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English
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Fountain Publ. (January 1, 2004)
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Rwekaza Sympho Mukandala, R S Mukandala. Full parliamentary democracy did not come quickly or easily to Tanzania

Rwekaza Sympho Mukandala, R S Mukandala. Full parliamentary democracy did not come quickly or easily to Tanzania. In 1962, the first constitution of Tanzania as an independent republic shifted power from parliament to the executive: specifically to the presidency. In 1965, the interim constitution further eroded the powers of parliament in favour of a one party state, controlled by the Tanganyika African National Union (TANU). Parliament became little more than a token, rubber-stamping organisation.

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People's Representatives: Theory and Practice of Parliamentary Democracy in Tanzania. The executive still dominates parliament and the latter's functions of control, oversight and representation are hardly fulfilled. Mushi, S. Rubagumya, C. & Mukandala, R. S. (2004). The legal framework for an effective multiparty political system does not yet exist. It is also the argument of this paper that political parties have not been able to perform effectively as organs of political association and mouthpieces of their members by articulating their political will and interests.

Rwekaza Sympho Mukandala, Samuel S. Mushi, Casmir M. Rubagumya Fountain Publishers, 1 Jan 2004 - Education - 202 pages Abstract Full parliamentary democracy did not come quickly or easily to Tanzania

Rwekaza Sympho Mukandala, Samuel S. Rubagumya Fountain Publishers, 1 Jan 2004 - Education - 202 pages Abstract Full parliamentary democracy did not come quickly or easily to Tanzania. In 1962, the first constitution of Tanza parliament to the executive: specifically to the presidency. In 1965, the interim constitution further eroded the po controlled by the Tanganyika African National Union (TANU)

People's Representatives. Theory and Practice of Parliamentary Democracy in Tanzania. Full parliamentary democracy did not come quickly or easily to Tanzania

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Representative democracy (also indirect democracy, representative government or psephocracy) is a type of democracy founded on the principle of elected officials representing a group of people, as opposed to direct democracy. Nearly all modern Western-style democracies are types of representative democracies; for example, the United Kingdom is a unitary parliamentary constitutional monarchy, France is a unitary semi-presidential republic, and the United States is a federal presidential republic.

Title: People's Representatives: Theory and Practice of Parliamentary Democracy in Tanzania  Author . The Dynamics of Public Sector Reforms  Author: Kiragu, Kithinji; Mukandala, Rwekaza S. Date: 2005.

Title: People's Representatives: Theory and Practice of Parliamentary Democracy in Tanzania  Author: Mukandala, Rwekaza . Mushi, Samuel . Rubagumya, Casmir M. Date: 2004-01-01. Title: Politics and Tactics in Public Sector Reforms.

Full parliamentary democracy did not come quickly or easily to Tanzania. In 1962, the first constitution of Tanzania as an independent republic shifted power from parliament to the executive: specifically to the presidency. In 1965, the interim constitution further eroded the powers of parliament in favour of a one party state, controlled by the Tanganyika African National Union (TANU). Parliament became little more than a token, rubber-stamping organisation. This multi-contributory study traces the development of multi-party democracy in Tanzania from the appointment of the first two chiefs to Tanganyika's colonial Legislative Council in 1945 to the present day. It highlights the struggle for supremacy between parliament and the executive during the period from 1968 to 1992, when parliament began to assert itself as a vibrant multi-party institution.