Hundreds of supporters of Tanzania’s main opposition party, Chadema, took to the streets of Dar es Salaam in the first significant demonstration in seven years. This comes after President Samia Suluhu Hassan lifted the political rally ban imposed by her predecessor. Chadema’s demonstration calls for constitutional and electoral reforms before the 2024 elections, including the ability to challenge election results in court and preventing the president from appointing members of the electoral commission. The opposition party also highlighted the high cost of living in Tanzania. The protest marks a renewed push for political openness and reform in the country.