Ministry of Constitutional and Legal Affairs
The Ministry of Constitution and Legal Affairs is a government ministry of Tanzania that was formed in 2006. The ministry is responsible for creating and promoting good governance, justice, and equality by ensuring universal access to legal services.
|Wizara ya Katiba na Mambo ya Sheria (Swahili)|
|Headquarters||Mkwepu/Sokoine, Dar es Salaam|
The Ministry has undergone a number of name changes throughout its history. Most recently, the ministry was renamed under John Magufuli's first cabinet formed in 2015 to the Ministry of Constitutional and Legal Affairs.
List of ministersEdit
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