|5th Prime Minister of Tanzania|
5 November 1985 –9 November 1990
|President||Ali Hassan Mwinyi|
|Preceded by||Salim Ahmed Salim|
|Succeeded by||John Malecela|
|3rd Attorney General of Tanzania|
|Preceded by||Mark Bomani|
|Succeeded by||Damian Lubuva|
|Born||3 September 1940|
|Alma mater|| University of Dar es Salaam |
Hague Academy of International Law
Joseph Sinde Warioba (born September 3, 1940) served as Prime Minister of Tanzania from 1985 to 1990. Furthermore, he served concurrently as the country's Vice President. He has also served as a judge on the East African Court of Justice and chairman of the Tanzanian Constitutional Review Commission since 2012.
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The Tanzanian Constitutional Review Commission is the national commission established as per the Constitutional Review Act of 2011 for the collection of public opinion on the review of the Constitution of Tanzania and its validation via a referendum. On 6 April 2012 President Jakaya Kikwete appointed the former Attorney General and Prime Minister Joseph Warioba as its chairman and the former Chief Justice Augustino Ramadhani as its vice chairman. The Commission is expected to complete its task by October 2013. It will cost the taxpayers TZS 40 billion during the 2012/13 fiscal year.
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Salim Ahmed Salim
| Prime Minister of Tanzania |
5 November 1985 – 9 November 1990
Ali Hassan Mwinyi
| Vice President of Tanzania |
John Samuel Malecela
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