We, Representatives of the Government of Burundi, the CENI, political parties and actors, gathered in Bujumbura on 9 June 2014, in the presence of civil society, and bilateral and multilateral partners;
27 June 2014 - The United Nations Assistant Secretary-General for Human Rights, Ivan Šimonović, today called on authorities of Burundi to ensure that human rights are fully protected ahead of next year's presidential elections.
14 May 2014 – The political situation in Burundi remains tense with limited political space not conducive to protection of human rights, a United Nations envoy today told the Security Council today, warning that as the country approaches elections in 2015, there is a p
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 c
10 April 2014 – The United Nations today called on the Government of Burundi to address ongoing political violence and restrictions on human rights, saying it is receiving “troubling” information about recent developments in the country.
9 April 2014 - The special Adviser of the United Nations Secretary General for genocide prevention Adama Dieng on Tuesday afternoon started a three-day working visit in Burundi as part of a sub-regional tour.
26 March 2014 –The United Nations Office in Burundi (BNUB), in coordination with the Government, plans to convene a meeting with political actors by May, aimed at resuming political dialogue and to help ease political tensions, as Burundi heads towards general election
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 b
13 February 2014 – The Security Council today renewed until the end of the year the United Nations mission helping Burundi recover from decades of ethnic war, despite the Central African country's request to end it earlier, as it moves towards crucial elections amid po