Tanzania: Opposition walks out of the CA

26 April 2014
<p class="spot"><strong>On Wednesday, UKAWA members walked out of a Constituent Assembly (CA) session, charging that the draft is promoting segregation instead of enhancing unity and warning that the charter-drafting process could lead to social unrest.</strong></p><p id="vucut" class="vucut">&nbsp;</p><p>Tanzania's opposition coalition said it would boycott a commission tasked with writing the country's new constitution and said it would hold a series of protests against the draft.</p><p>“We have had enough insults in this assembly. The process has so far failed to meet expectations of Tanzanians and we are not ready to be party to that," Coalition of Defenders of the People’s Constitution (UKAWA) leader Ibrahim Lipumba told Anadolu Agency on Thursday.</p>
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