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The Day That Constitutionalism and The Rule of Law Officially Died In Burundi

Nkurunziza is the latest in a long line of African leaders to tweak the constitution in order to stay in power, along with Rwanda's Paul Kagame, Uganda's Yoweri Museveni, Cameroon's Paul Biya and others.

The Day That Constitutionalism and The Rule of Law Officially Died In Burundi
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