In Tanzania, resident files claim questioning constitutionality of presidential term limit
3 September 2019
Tanzanian President John Magufuli (photo credit: World Bank Photo Collection/flickr)
A city resident has filed a constitutional case with the High Court of Tanzania, questioning the legality of the presidential term limit in the country.
According to the law, a president can serve a maximum of two terms, each five years long.
Mr Patrick Dezydelius Mgoya is questioning the legality of Article 40 (2) of Tanzania's Constitution, which provides for a term limit for the President.
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