Dr Magufuli, then again, said that Zanzibar was politically steady after the rerun of the decision in the isles in which President Ali Mohammed Shein was re-chosen for a brief moment time in office.
The Zanzibar Electoral Commission (ZEC) abrogated Presidential and Zanzibar's House of Representatives decisions hung on October 25, a year ago, because of gross infringement of the race procedure and composed a re-run, which was held in February, this year. "Zanzibar is politically steady.
The decision was directed reasonably and Dr Shein was lawfully voted the President of Zanzibar," Dr Magufuli clarified amid a broadcast meet with editors and columnists that went on for two hours and forty minutes at the State House in Dar es Salaam yesterday.
The president made the clarification when reacting to a question by the Managing Editor of Mwananchi Communications Limited (MCL), Mr Frank Sanga, who had needed to know Dr Magufuli's treatment of the circumstance in Zanzibar.
"The president cautioned that majority rule government has confinements, clarifying that his legislature has been managing in understanding to the constitution and rules that everyone must follow.
"Autocracy is a discernment by a few people and everybody has his/her own particular perspective of the term," Dr Magufuli said amid the meeting, which was directed by the Managing Director of Tanzania Broadcasting Corporation (TBC), Mr Ayoub Rioba and veteran supporter, Mr Tido Mhando.
President Magufuli went ahead to test Tanzanians to buckle down and abstain from investing a great deal of their energy in legislative issues after the General Election a year ago that saw him being chosen the fourth President of Tanzania.
"Political gatherings have been holding their interior gatherings in which some of them have been laced in-battling. Since the races are over we ought to buckle down and abstain from politicking," Dr Magufuli expressed.