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Nick Branson of Africa Research Institute writes on Taznaznia's proposed constitution or Katiba for Geographical Magazine
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Geographical Magazine, 23 March 2015

This Geographical Magazine op-ed by ARI senior researcher Nick Branson explores the background to the upcoming Tanzanian constitutional referendum as a parallel to the West Lothian Question in the UK.
What's at Stake in Tanzania's Constiututional Referendum? #Katiba #Nyerere
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What’s at stake in Tanzania’s constitutional referendum? Part III: Familiar principles, new rights and responsibilities

Part three of Nick Branson’s look at Tanzania’s proposed constitution considers how historical attachments to African socialism have been balanced with efforts to enshrine new norms and values.
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What’s at stake in Tanzania’s constitutional referendum? Part II: The president and the parliament

Part two of Nick Branson’s look at Tanzania’s proposed constitution outlines how continuity has prevailed over change in relations between the executive and legislature.
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What’s at stake in Tanzania’s constitutional referendum? Part I: One nation, two governments

The first part of Nick Branson’s look at Tanzania’s proposed constitution considers the relationship between the constituent parts of the Union ahead of a proposed referendum on 30 April 2015.
Constitutional Reform Timeline Nyerere Kikwete
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Timeline: Constitutional Reform in Tanzania

This interactive timeline allows you to explore Tanzania’s long history of “hesitant and disjointed” constitutional reform.
Tanzania constitution briefing note cover image
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Party rules: Consolidating power through constitutional reform in Tanzania

This Briefing Note summarises the contested and controversial history of constitutional reform in Tanzania.