The Tanzanian opposition chief and former presidential candidate Tundu Lissu says he plans to return residence this month from exile in Europe, after the federal government lifted a ban on political rallies.
The ban, imposed by former president, John Magufuli in 2016, allowed solely elected politicians to conduct rallies of their constituencies.
Lissu, a former politician, left the nation for remedy overseas after he was shot 16 instances by an unknown gunmen in September 2017.
He returned for just a few months in 2020 to problem Magufuli in a presidential election and took 13 p.c of the votes, however his CHADEMA get together rejected the end result over claims of widespread irregularities.
President Samia Suluhu Hassan lifted the six-and-a-half-year ban on political rallies final week as a part of her reconciliation technique after taking up the presidency in March 2021 following the loss of life of Magufuli.
Hassan has additionally lifted a ban on 4 newspapers.
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