Nkuliyingoma abajijwe ibya bariyeri yamazeho amezi atatu arasizora cyakora ananirwa gusobanura icyo yayikoragaho kandi icyo zashyiriweho ari ukwica abatutsi. Kuba yari kuli iyo bariyeri yemera icyo zashyirirwagaho, nabyumviye mu buryo avuga jenoside yakorewe Abagogwe.
The device was thrown at the family home in the Mugina commune on Monday. The border crossing was briefly closed before reopening on Saturday. The president made the announcement during a trip to Gitega province, where the new constitution was signed into law.
Last month Burundians voted to support constitutional reform, which extends presidential term limits. It was widely expected that Nkurunziza pushed through the reforms in order to remain in office until Burundians were forbidden to abstain over threats of being imprisoned for up to three years.
According to preliminary results released on Monday, 73 percent of the voters backed the amendments, which will allow President Pierre Nkurunziza to stay in power until The move could allow the incumbent president, Pierre Nkurunziza, to remain in office through to He ran for a third term indespite a two-term constitutional term limit, sparking a wave of violence and an attempted coup.
The opposition has already said that it would reject the results of the referendum, calling the process a "parody. Activists and international rights organisations fear that protests may escalate throughout the week as the opposition widely condemned the vote.
President Nkurunziza has been in office since Nearly three years ago, a wave of violence engulfed the country after he was nominated for a third term in office. Officials said the assailants crossed from neighbouring DR Congo to target residents in Cibitoke province.
The incident comes a week ahead of a referendum which could allow President Pierre Nkurunziza to remain in office until Melchiade Nzopfabarushe made the comments at a political rally in Kabezi, close to the capital Bujumbura.
An estimatedpeople have fled the country since President Pierre Nkurunziza was re-elected in In a statement released on Friday, Ezechiel Nibigira was announced as the new Burundian foreign minister.
The referendum is set to introduce constitutional changes, including limits on presidential terms and extending them from five to seven years. The blast occurred in a village bar in the Gitega district late on Sunday. Two people have been arrested in connection with the attack.
The UN has informed that more than 3. Since President Pierre Nkurunziza was elected for a third term in office, tensions between the opposition and the government have remained high as the latter seeks to introduce constitutional reforms and failed to bring together all parts of the long-standing conflict.
Many of the refugees have travelled by boat across Lake Tanganyika over the last few days. The suspect was killed after carrying out a burglary in the Gasekebuye area in the east of the city.
Police spokesperson, Pierre Nkurikiye, said the deceased was found with a grenade.
The investigation comes after Burundi withdrew from the ICC, although the court said its investigators will look at incidents that occurred before the country quit.
Multiple human rights groups have accused the government and pro-government groups of committing human rights abuses since President Pierre Nkurunziza took the decision to run for a third term in office in The move came a year after the country announced plans to leave the ICC, which was initially followed by South Africa and The Gambia - both eventually reversed the decision.
Burundi is the first country to quit the member organisation, which has been previously accused of being biased against Africa.
A group of armed men raided a house in the Rubirizi sector commune of Mutimbuzi on Tuesday.
Two others were wounded in the attack at the house, which neighbours claim was being used to brew illegal alcohol.
Investigators have urged the International Criminal Court ICC to open a case into the allegations "as soon as possible". The rebels are calling on the government to join peace talks with the opposition to end the current period of violence, which has seen hundreds killed and more thandisplaced.
Police spokesman Pierre Nkurikiye said the attacks took place in the Buyenzi area of the city late on Thursday. Police are investigating the incident, which is the latest in a series of similar sporadic acts of violence since Police spokesman Pierre Nkurikiye said an inquiry is underway to identify the assailants.
Devote Ndayizeye, the administrator of Gatara commune in the province of Kayanza, said the incident took place at a bar on Sunday night. The assailants fled the scene and the motive behind the attack has not been established. Two devices exploded at a village in the Musigati district on Monday, wounding three people, while a third blast was reported in the Rugazi district.
The injured civilians were taken to a health centre for treatment, while police are investigating the motives behind the attacks, including whether the incidents were linked. The group was taken from a bus near the Congolese border in Gatumba on 09 April. Initial reports suggest their kidnappers demanded a ransom, but such allegations were not confirmed.
Local Rights activists called for reinforcement along the Congolese border due to increasing security concerns. An epidemic was declared by the Ministry of Health in March due to increased cases in 18 provinces, with nine reporting particularly high numbers.Burundi – The fresh reports of torture from Amnesty and proof that it’s old habits from the regime in the country.
There was released a report on torture of citizens in Burundi in recent year from CSO Amnesty the 24th of August. Background: Malaria is among the most common causes of death along Lake Tanganyika, a problem which many aid organizations have attempted to combat through the distribution of free mosquito bed.
Selon le rapport Doing Business , le Burundi est passé de la e place en à la e en Mais la poursuite des réformes est nécessaire pour stimuler davantage encore le développement du secteur privé, principalement en ce qui concerne la compétitivité des entreprises, surtout si l’on veut développer le système.
A exposé by Africa Confidential provides an excellent synopsis of the symbiotic relationships in an economic system run for the benefit of external business, a few political elite and an unresponsive authoritarian state controlled by those elite.
We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. The Doing Business Report – an annual survey of the ease of doing business around the world – finds an uptick in the pace of business regulation reform in the past year, with economies enacting reforms, vs.
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