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1995 Tanzanian general election

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TANZANIA: OPPOSITION PARTIES CALL FOR CANCELLATION OF ELECTIONS

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Tanzania Election campaigns

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TANZANIA: ELECTIONS

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ZANZIBAR: GENERAL ELECTION PREVIEW

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TANZANIA: VIOLENCE FOLLOWING ELECTION

General elections were held in Tanzania on 29 October and 29 November 1995. They were the first multi-party general elections after the lifting of the ban on political parties other than Chama Cha Mapinduzi in 1992. Nevertheless, the CCM retained its control of the country, with its candidate Benjamin Mkapa winning the presidential election, and the party winning 186 of the 232 constituencies. 182 of the constituencies were on the mainland, and 50 on Zanzibar.
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