#RightsMedia doc: The #rise of #Tanzania ‘s #opposition #Chadema party

Chadema_logoPart 1: Chadema (Chama cha Demokrasia na Maendeleo – Party for Democracy and Progress) is the political opposition in Tanzania’s parliament. A bombing at a Chadema rally in Arusha on June 15, 2013, the day before a by-election, caused four deaths and now many are beginning to question the stability in this once peaceful, democratic country. Chadema members of parliament were arrested and questioned by police, then released. The leader of Chadema has stated the bombing was an act carried out by security forces present at the rally.

James Ole Milya is a human rights lawyer and recent convert from the governing CCM party to Chadema.


Adam Bemma is a journalist and media development advisor working in East Africa and Southeast Asia.

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One comment on “#RightsMedia doc: The #rise of #Tanzania ‘s #opposition #Chadema party
  1. Ibrahimu Mollel says:

    Peoples power

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