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Political parties recognized in Burundi demand that upcoming dialogue session be last

“We will participate in the upcoming inter-Burundian dialogue session only if it is the last,” said Félicien Nduwuburundi, chairman of the forum for dialogue among political parties in Burundi after the consultation with Michel Kafando, UN Secretary General Special Envoy to Burundi.

Félicien Nduwuburundi, chairman of the forum for dialogue among political parties in Burundi “"We will participate in the upcoming inter-Burundian dialogue session only if it is the last”

Félicien Nduwuburundi, chairman of the forum for dialogue among political parties in Burundi “”We will participate in the upcoming inter-Burundian dialogue session only if it is the last”

This September 5th, Kafando met with leaders of political parties recognized in Burundi. The latter had signed a roadmap to the 2020 elections in the meeting that was organized by the Ministry of the Interior in Kayanza Province on August 4.

“He told us that the international community is engaged in supporting Burundi to restore peace and security and to prepare for credible and peaceful elections in 2020,” said Nduwuburundi.

He says Kafando urges exiled politicians who want to participate in 2020 elections to join others in preparing for  2020 elections.

The UN Secretary General Special Envoy to Burundi is conducting a one-week visit to Burundi since September 3. The purpose of his visit is to meet with Burundian authorities, the leaders of political parties as well as those of civil society to discuss the next round of inter-Burundian dialogue.

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