Tanzania Labour Party
|Headquarters||Dar es Salaam|
At the 2000 legislative elections, the party won 3 out of 269 seats in the National Assembly. In the presidential elections of the same day, its candidate Augustine Lyatonga Mrema won 7.8% of the vote.
In elections held on 14 December 2005, TLP presidential candidate Augustine Mrema placed fourth out of ten candidates, winning 0.75% of the vote. The party won one seat in National Assembly elections held on the same day.
- Jonas Ewald (July 2013). Challenges for the Democratisation Process in Tanzania. Moving Towards Consolidation Years After Independence?. African Books Collective. pp. 365–. ISBN 978-9987-08-250-6.
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