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List of Speakers of the National Assembly of Tanzania

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Tanzania
Foreign relations

List of Speakers of the National Assembly of Tanzania.

Below is a list of office-holders:

Name Entered office Left office
Adam Sapi Mkwawa[1] 1964 November 19, 1973
Erasto A.M. Mang'enya November 20, 1973 November 5, 1975
Adam Sapi Mkwawa November 6, 1975 April 25, 1994
Pius Msekwa April 28, 1994 November 20, 2005
Samuel Sitta December 26, 2005 2010
Anne Makinda 12 November 2010 Incumbent

Footnotes

  1. ^ Mkwawa was elected as Speaker of the National Assembly of Tanganyika on December 27, 1962

Source

  • [1] Official website of the National Assembly of the United Republic of Tanzania

See also

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