Tanzania: House of Reps Starts Two-Month Budget Session

THE tenth House of Representatives start here on Wednesday for its two-month session, which will among others deliberate on and approve the 2021/2022 national budget.

Clerk of the House Raya Issa Msellem told reporters that during the house’s third session, the legislators will pose 218 questions to the government on various issues in their constituencies.

The representatives will as well pass the Bill to approve government spending for the 2021/2022 fiscal year and the Finance Bill 2021/2022, Ms…


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