U.S. State Department Expresses Concern Over Deterioration Of Civil Liberties, Human Rights In Tanzania

Reuters: U.S. concerned by rising attacks on human rights in Tanzania
“The United States has spoken out against Tanzanian moves to cut back human rights and civil liberties, including arrests and harassment of ‘marginalized’ people such as homosexuals. President John Magufuli’s government has been criticized by opposition politicians and international rights groups for what they say is growing authoritarianism and intolerance of dissent. The government rejects the criticism…” (Dausen/Miriri, 11/11).

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