Mbeya rural supports three-tier government system

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Some residents of Utengule, Usongwe and Nsalala in Mbeya rural have supported a motion for a three-tier government as recommended by the Warioba Committee.
The position was made clear in August during a forum to discuss the new constitution draft organized by the Hope for Deprived Action in Development (HDPAD) through the funding from the Foundation for Civil Society.


The people in Mbeya have also asked for land to be owned by citizens and that the new constitution, plus other documents, to be more friendly in the face of the blind people by translating them in Braille.
However, the people in Mbeya rural have asked for the reduction of MPs’ term limits from three terms as recommended in the draft, back to two-term limit.
On his side, Usongwe ward executive Officer John Mwanpazi had asked his people to stop politicizing issues when discussing the new constitution.
He thus called for putting aside all political differences and hence unite towards a thorough discussion on the new constitution draft - and therefore determine the future of the country.
A total of eight organisations were funded by the Foundation for Civil Society (FCS) in Mbeya.


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