Support for parliaments: Tanzania and beyond
This report presents an analysis of the Parliament of Tanzania (which includes the Bunge in Dodoma and the House of Representatives in Zanzibar), which has only recently taken up its ‘checks and balances’ functions. The report proceeds to outline the multi-donor parliament support rendered to the Tanzanian parliament, and to the parliaments of Zambia, Kenya, and Uganda, in order to compare and contrast the strengths and weaknesses of the different aid modalities.
Based on general lessons, on the analysis of the Tanzanian parliament, and the comparative/contrasting cases of Zambia, Kenya, and Uganda, the report concludes on a set of recommendations for the development partners for future multi-donor assistance to the Tanzanian Parliament.
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