A UN commission of inquiry on Burundi says the government of President Pierre Nkurunziza is becoming more repressive and this does not bode well for elections in 2020.
Democratic Space in the Country is Shrinking - UN Panel
VOA, 13 March 2019
A U.N. commission of inquiry on Burundi says the government of President Pierre Nkurunziza is becoming more repressive. The three-member commission says this does not bode well for… Read more »
A street in Bujumbura
Grave Violations Reported Ahead of Burundi Polls
CAJ News, 15 March 2019
A CRACKDOWN on government critics by youth aligned to the ruling party and authorities have cast doubts on Burundi hosting credible elections in 2020. Read more »
Burundi's government has told East African leaders that preparations for elections in 2020 are going ahead and are being done "democratically in compliance with the law". Read more »
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