Tanzania’s President John Magufuli won the presidential election, but the opposition has cried foul and some had to flee the country amidst a clampdown and the arrest of prominent figures. Was the recent election free and fair and where is Tanzania headed? Opposition leaders Tundu Lissu and Zitto Kabwe, Tanzanian lawyer Fatma Karume and election specialist Jonathan Moakes discuss Tanzania with Ray Hartley of the Brenthurst Foundation and Henning Suhr from the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung. The webinar is jointly hosted by the two bodies under the Governance Accountability Platform (GAP) banner.
Tundu Lissu - Presidential Candidate and Deputy Chairperson, CHADEMA
Fatma A. Karume - Fmr. Chairperson of the Tanganyika Law Society
Zitto Kabwe - Chairperson of ACT Wazalendo
Jonathan Moakes - Vice-President, GQR London
Ray Hartley - The Brenthurst Foundation
Henning Suhr - Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung