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Tanzania: Division and Derision in the United Republic

The opening of the National Assembly on 17 November follows the inauguration of a new president, John Magufuli. Yet three weeks after Tanzanians went to the polls, Zanzibar is still mired in a political crisis, says Nick Branson.
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Polls apart? Seven parallels between Côte d’Ivoire and Tanzania

Some 7,000km and three time zones separate Côte D’Ivoire and Tanzania. As they both go to the polls on 25 October 2015 to elect a new president, Nick Branson suggests seven intriguing commonalities.
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An improbable “liberation” – How Tanzania’s ruling party lost a rural stronghold By Michaela Collord

Ahead of elections in Tanzania, Michaela Collord suggests that opposition candidates might have success in the Central Zone, traditionally a support base of the ruling party.
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.
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Mwananchi, 22 March 2015

ARI senior researcher, Nick Branson, wrote a series of articles on Tanzania's upcoming referendum. Parts 1 and 2 were translated into Swahili and published in Mwananchi.