Sunday, May 20, 2018
Challenges facing union government to be solved slowly by slowly
WHAT TRANSPIRED IN PARLIAMENT LAST WEEK DURING QUESTIONS AND ANSWER SESSION.
The government has clarified today in parliament about the long existing heated debate on union government saying that, the current existing challenges facing the union government will be solved slowly by slowly. The Deputy Minister of State in Vice-President’s office responsible for union matters Kangi Lugola said recently that up to now about 11 matters have been solved out of the 40 challenges which were earlier discovered by the Nyalali commission in 1991.
The deputy minister was responding to the question earlier raised by Wette legislator Mbarouk Salum Ally (CUF) who wanted to know how the government has sorted out various challenges which exists in the union government. The deputy minister said that as the union between the two governments of Tanganyika and that of Zanzibar continues to exist, the government will be sorting out one challenge after the other more appropriately as they have been multiplying day after day. He noted that, among the most recent 4 other challenges, one is still in the process of being sorted out which is associated with the issue of taxation.