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Burundi: UN chief urges restraint following clashes between police, opposition parties

14 March 2014 – Deeply concerned about violent confrontations between the police and members of opposition in Burundi, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is urging both the government and political parties to de-escalate tensions and to campaign against political violence ahead of the presidential and parliamentary elections in 2015.

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United Nations Office in Burundi calls political actors for constructive dialogue and moderation

11 March 2014 - The United Nations Office in Burundi (BNUB) said in a communique issued Monday that time has come for the entire Burundian political class to engage in renewed, inclusive and constructive political dialogue, both within each political party as well as between the different parties.

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UN official denounces restrictions on political rights ahead of Burundian polls

7 March 2014 – The United Nations human rights chief today voiced concern at the increasing restrictions on civil and political rights in Burundi, following a series of violent acts by the ruling party’s youth wing and the disruption of public meetings organized by opposition parties.

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UN, government and partners discuss projectization of funds allocated by PBF to Burundi

5 March 2014 – Representatives of Burundian government, civil society, United Nations and partners today started a two-day meeting in Bujumbura aimed to exchange about projects to be funded through the $11,6m allocation recently granted to Burundi by the UN Peacebuilding Fund (PBF).

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