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Mwinyi, Ali Hassan, 1925-

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Personal name headingMwinyi, Ali Hassan, 1925-
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Associated countryZanzibar Tanzania
LocatedDar es Salaam (Tanzania)
Birth date19250508
Place of birthKivure (Tanzania)
AffiliationChama cha Mapinduzi
Afro-Shirazi Party
East African Currency Board
Baraza la Kiswahili la Taifa (Tanzania)
Profession or occupationPoliticians Public officers Ambassadors Presidents
Found inHis Mafanikio ya serikali ya awamu ya pili 1985-1990, 1990: t.p. (Ali Hassan Mwinyi)
World almanac, 1989: (Tanzania: Head of State: Myinyi, Ali Hassan : b. 05/08/25 : in office, 11/05/85)
Wikipedia WWW site, Dec. 27, 2005 (Ali Hassan Mwinyi; b. May 8, 1925, Zanzibar; president of Tanzania, Nov. 5, 1985-Nov. 23, 1995)
Speech by the Chairman, Mwalimu Julius K. Nyerere, at National Conference of Chama cha Mapinduzi, 1985, part two: p. 1 (Ndugu [brother] Ali Hassan Mwinyi; 60 years old; taught for 16 years in primary schools or teachers' colleges) p. 2 (served in Ministry of Education and then Ministry of Trade in Zanzibar until 1970; chairman, East African Currency Board, Zanzibar, 1964-1967; chairman, BAKITA, Dar es Salaam, 1968-1977; in the Union Government he served as Minister of State, Minister for Health, and Minister for Home Affairs, until posted as Tanzania's ambassador in Cairo in 1977; Minister for Natural Resources and Tourism, then Minister of State in Vice-President's Office, Zanzibar, 1983; with resignation of President Jumbe Jan. 1984, chosen as Interim President of Zanzibar, then of the United Republic; joined the Afro-Shirazi Party in 1957, year of its founding)
AllAfrica, MyAfrica website, viewed Oct. 1, 2014 (Ali Hassan Mwinyi; b. Kivure, Coast Region, Tanzania; chairman of the ruling party, the Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) 1990-1996; his regime was characterized by corruption and tax evasion but also liberalization of the economy paving the way for economic growth; lives in Dar es Salaam)
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