Burundi Votes on Extending Presidential Terms Amid Crackdown
3 monthes ago - By Bloomberg
Burundians began voting in a referendum that could allow President Pierre Nkurunziza to rule until 2034 in the East African nation that's been roiled by three years of unrest.
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