CCM has outlined seven reforms, including establishment of a Tanganyika Parliament, in a bid to push for its stance on the current Union structure.
In a 22-page dossier compiled after the Central Committee and National Executive Committee meetings held earlier this month, the party appears to suggest the revival of the “Tanzania Mainland Parliament”. Tanzania Mainland is not officially recognised in the current Union setup, which comprises the Union and Zanzibar governments.
The party’s new suggestion will be seen as a tact to circumvent a proposal in the second Draft Constitution of a three government system.
However, yesterday, CCM publicity secretary Nape Nnauye denied the existence of such a dossier from the party.
He said, proposals from the two top party organs only gave a stand regarding which type of government system to support.
“What we’re doing now is to draft our proposals for improvement of the two government system. This work has not been finalised,” Nape said in a telephone interview.