Sources close to the office of the facilitator of Inter-Burundi Dialogue say some opposition leaders who fled the country after being implicated in the the May 2015 coup attempt against the government of President Pierre Nkurunziza had not been invited.
Burundi Coup Attempt Suspects to be Absent From Peace Talks
Monitor, 9 February 2017
Talks aimed to end political violence in strife-torn Burundi resume in Arusha next week under former Tanzania President Benjamin Mkapa. Sources close to the office of the… Read more »
Burundi Talks to Resume Soon - Retired Tanzanian President Mkapa
Daily News, 9 February 2017
Retired President, Benjamin William Mkapa, in his capacity as a facilitator in the "Burundi mediation truce" has announced the beginning of a formal dialogue after completion of… Read more »
Talks On Burundi Peace Set to Resume
Citizen, 9 February 2017
Talks aiming at ending political violence in Burundi will resume next week under retired President Benjamin Mkapa with exiled politicians not likely to attend. Read more »
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