' Domitien Ndihokubwayo: “The government is confident that it will collect all the necessary money without foreign aid”

Burundi: About BIF 70 billion to be used in 2020 elections

06-06-2018 Domitien Ndihokubwayo, Burundi Minister of Finances and Planning has said the amount necessary for the 2020 elections is about BIF 70 billion. He says this amount is indicative of the fact that the National Independent Electoral Commission- CENI is collecting all the kits used in the 17 May referendum (...)
' “The commission has already collected a sum of 2 billion and 200 million
Burundian Francs”

Over 2 billion Burundian Francs already available for 2020 elections

03-23-2018 One of the questions asked during the public conference held on this 23March 2018 in Gitega Province was about the management of the contributions to 2020 elections. One person asked about who and how the contributions to 2020 elections and the upcoming referendum are managed. Desire Musharitse, The spokesperson (...)
' Elections

Many irregularities in voter registration process

12-08-2014 The Civil Society Coalition for Election Monitoring (COSOME) has called for the suspension of the registration process, due to irregularities related to the distribution of identity cards. The Minister of Home Affairs has admitted there are problems, but deems it unnecessary to stop the process.-By Lorraine Josiane Manishatse The (...)
' Vital-Nshimirimana

Budget cuts to finance the election process

10-24-2014 The President signed a decree withdrawing BIF 7,400 million from the budget and transferring it to the 2015 election process. The decree was signed on August 30, but was not made public until last week.-J.Berchmans Siboniyo Complaints and consternation fill the hearts of the beneficiaries. Cecile Ntahondereye, the Headmistress (...)
' Participants

Symposium about Good 2015 Elections in Burundi

09-18-2013 The Burundian Association of Africa Center for Strategic Studies (ABUCESA) in partnership with the US Embassy in Burundi and Africa Center for Strategic Studies (CESA), has organized a two- day symposium towards targeted groups especially security forces, media and youth about their role for good 2015 elections at King’s (...)
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