PISC Burundi/ CAPES+: “A fault confessed is half redressed”

11-16-2016 The platform for Burundi civil society (PISC-Burundi) and the collective of associations of people infected and affected by HIV/AIDS (CAPES+) have approached their members and agreed to create a favorable climate for a peaceful return of Burundian refugees. The two civil society organizations’ leaders say the misinformed or manipulated (...)

Crimes disqualify authors from entering election campaigns, says non-profit groups

11-05-2016 The non-profit organisations PISC-Burundi and CAPES+ have jointly recommended that the results of the work of Burundi Truth and Reconciliation Commission (CVR) be used to exclude people responsible for bloodshed in the country from politics in the future. The organisations asked the CVR to complete its work as soon (...)

CAPES+ and PISC Burundi: “France has joined Belgium to destabilize Burundi”

08-10-2016 Representatives of CAPES+ and PISC Burundi state in a press conference held yesterday that the UNSC resolution 2303 on Burundi proposed by France aimed at overthrowing the current regime led by Pierre Nkurunziza and his party CNDD-FDD. According to the two civil society organizations’ leaders, Belgium is responsible for (...)