Burundi Army Won’t Intervene In Political Crisis
Burundi’s national army said on Monday it would not intervene in the worst political crisis to grip the east African country since a 12-year civil war ended nearly a decade ago. Burundi, which has a complex power-sharing system between the majority Hutus and other minority groups, fought a deadly civil war that ended in 2005 during which the then Tutsi-dominated army fought against Hutu rebels. The country was plunged into uncertainty earlier this month after three ministers from the minority Tutsi-led UPRONA party quit the coalition government when the president sacked his Tutsi deputy, also from UPRONA.
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