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The presidential election in Burundi: Évariste Ndayishimiye declared the winner with 68.72% of the vote

Unsurprisingly, the CNDD-FDD candidate, the ruling party, was declared the presidential winner by the Burundian electoral commission. General Évariste...

Burundi Police Detain More Than 200 Opposition Election Observers

Burundian police detained more than 200 opposition electoral observers during this week's election, the spokesman for the main opposition National Freedom Council...

#KeepItOn: Joint letter on keeping the internet open and secure during the presidential elections in Burundi

The Committee to Protect Journalists yesterday joined 30 other rights organizations in a joint letter urging the government of Burundi to ensure...

Five years after a bloody crackdown, a new vote stirs violence in Burundi

When Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza announced he was standing for a third term in office in April 2015, the move sparked mass...

How Will Citizens Be Safe From COVID-19 During Elections?

At least 22 countries in Africa will be organizing polls this year, 13 of which will be for the positions of president...

Burundi using ‘violence’ against opposition ahead of polls: HRW

ALJAZEERA 27 APR 2020 Burundi's government is using fear and repression against the opposition as the central African country...

Diaspora locked out of Burundi vote

BBC 17 APR 2020 Burundi's foreign ministry says the electoral commission is unable to organise for Burundians living abroad...

Ahead of contentious elections, Burundi faces its first COVID-19 cases

GLOBALVIOCES 10 APR 2020 he election in Burundi, set for May 20, 2020, has been surrounded by concerns over security and transparency. After the 2015 election crisis and its ongoing fallout, it...

Could Pierre Nkurunziza’s departure save Burundi?

DAILY MAVERICK 14 MAR 2020 Does the decision by Burundi’s ruling CNDD-FDD party to replace President Pierre Nkurunziza as...

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