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As multinational companies start bidding for gas assets, the governing CCM is desperate to halt the slide in its popularity

Tanzania’s next elections may be nearly three years away but they are already affecting national politics. Within the governing Chama Cha Mapinduzi, tension will increase as the race to succeed President Jakaya Kikwete gathers momentum. The succession question will also shape the CCM’s relations with both the public and the opposition. The research project Afrobarometer recently found President Kikwete’s approval ratings falling from over 90% in 2008 to 70% in 2012 as general dissatisfaction grew with the government’s management of the economy.

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Keywords:

Jakaya Kikwete, Abdulrahman Kinana, Ludovick Utouh, Malawi, Growth and limits, Frederick Mwita Werema, Swiss, General outlook, Joseph Sinde Warioba, Chama Cha Mapinduzi