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The Executive Secretary of the Media Council of Tanzania, (MCT) Kajubi Mukajanga has been presented with copies of the proposed constitution for Tanzania.

Mukajanga was presented copies of the constitution by the Minister for Constitutional and Legal Affairs Dr. Asha Roses Migiro at a function held at the Karimjee Hall in Dar es Salaam on March 16, 2015.

Mukajanga was among representatives of Civil Societies, non- governmental organizations, government and private institutions presented with the copies to facilitate its distribution to broad section of wananchi.

The objective of presenting the copies of the proposed constitution to the various institutions is to enable wananchi access it and read and understand it before casting their votes in a referendum slated for April 30, 2015.

Speaking during the function, Dk Migiro said this is the final batch to receive the copies of the constitution after two million copies of the same were distributed to all the regions in the country.

She said in all 658,700 would be distributed to civil societies including some copies in printed in Braille and huge letters for people with special needs - those with impaired sights.

While copies of the proposed constitution on the Mainland were distributed through the Prime Minister’s Office, in the Isles they were distributed through the Office of the Vice President in the President of   the Revolutionary Government.

Each ward has been presented with 300 copies.

So far the constitution has been published in newspapers, the website of the Ministry of Constitution and Legal affairs and Information, Culture, Youth and Sports.

Also various articles of the constitution have been broadcasted by Television in news bulletins.

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