Voters in Burundi should have their say in a precarious and unsafe electoral context.

This morning in Burundi, “polling stations” seem having opened their doors in a “saturated” atmosphere because of the “last episodes of violence happened during the weekend and the pull-out of different high-level politicians of the […] National Council for the Defense of Democracy (CNDD-FDD)”.

These “legislative and municipal elections” would prelude the presidential challenge of “next 15th of July”.

The opposition and the international community have already branded the current situation as lacking the guarantees needed by an election to take place in a “safe an transparent” way (EFE).

 

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