- CHRGG advises against inflammatory statements
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THE Commission for Human Rights and Good Governance (CHRGG) has asked CHADEMA to refrain from its plan to hold nationwide demonstrations to provide an opportunity for the court to do its job without pressure.
It has further expressed the need for the opposition party to abstain from using the type of language and other actions that might lead to a breach of the peace. The Chairman of the Commission, Mr Bahame Nyanduga, made the call in a press conference in Dar es Salaam yesterday, shortly after having a meeting with CHADEMA leaders, the Registrar of Political Parties, Judge Francis Mutungi and Executive Director of Tanzania Centre of Democracy (TCD), Mr Daniel Loya.
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