Category: HUMAN RIGHTS & JUSTICE

The Observatory of Governmental Action (OAG) pleads for the increase in the budget for the Ministry of Justice

Burundi, Bujumbura – During a press conference this Tuesday, October 10, 2017, stated that equal access to justice must be improved through an increase in the budget for the Ministry of Justice. One of the speakers, Prof. Michel Masabo, said that to render justice is a public service activity, which is to say, an activity that intends to satisfy a need of the general interest. He added that this activity is intended to be governed by one of the fundamental principles of public services: equality under the law. He explained that equality under the law means each independent human being must...

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The Minister for Human Rights in Burundi confirms imperfections in the fight against Human Rights violations

Burundi, Bujumbura – During an oral question session and debate before members of the parliament today, H.E. Martin NIVYABANDI, Burundian Minister for Human Rights, Solidarity, and Gender, acknowledged imperfection in the fight against violations of human rights. He stated: “There are still imperfections regarding the respect for human rights in Burundi. ” He also added that the government cannot say that everything is well when some cases of human rights violation occur. However, the minister reminded that despite these imperfections, Burundi is on the right path like other many countries regarding the respect for human rights. He emphasized that a...

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THE NUMBER OF BURUNDIAN REFUGEES IN TANZANIA REPORTED BY THE ADMINISTRATION OF MAKAMBA DIVERGES FROM THAT IN THE UNHCR REPORT

Makamba (Burundi) – While the UNHCR High Commission for Refugees stays straight with its reports on the numbers of Burundian refugees in the United Republic of Tanzania, the local administration in Makamba insists that the UNHCR of not differentiating political from economic refugees. Gad NIYUKURI, governor of Makamba province, said that a significant number of refugees claim to flee the insecurity while they are fleeing famine and lack of land to cultivate. He added that only 50,000 people fled the country, and 47,000 among them had returned. The local administration in Makamba explains that all these population movements towards...

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