Lead-up to Burundi election marred by unrest

Political campaigns in Burundi have ended ahead of a general election on Wednesday.
They have been marred by violence and hate speech, with both sides blaming one another.
As Al Jazeera’s Catherine Soi reports, health experts have also raised concerns that there are not enough safeguards to help contain the spread of COVID-19 in the country.

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24 thoughts on “Lead-up to Burundi election marred by unrest

  1. Tau ceti Reply

    I,m seeing no physical distancing and mask!

    • Bladimir Rojas Reply

      No wonder this a country where crooks have taken over the wealth of Burundi. As every dictatorship, they do not look out for its citizens.

  2. Samuel Sunuwar Reply

    And corona???

  3. Pratik Patel Reply

    Corona: Am i joke to you?

    • China Virus Reply

      I m the China virus. And I m gonna get U. 🤯🤯😡😡

    • Augford P. Doggie Reply

      Yes

  4. Raymond FERRETTI Reply

    Underdeveloped countries are scary…. thousands of people in this video and not one automobile !!! No electronic devices … cloths and people dancing like comic book characters . What ??!!!

    • S Hussein Reply

      @luke shaw After this pandemic whats the difference between Burundians and them. At least Burundians have community spirit and look after each other. In UK don’t care if you drop dead tomorrow only ‘me, me, me’ Secondly living there was depressing and empty. Millions of them are on anti depressants, they live in tiny homes, drive in tiny narrow roads. What a joke.

    • Haya Glamazon Reply

      They are at a rally you imbecile. You expect people to be driving during the rally 😂😂😂

    • luke shaw Reply

      @S Hussein (K, that’s a different topic…but you didn’t acknowledge your statement was wrong, & this quote was 100% correct: ”of london, you can’t say: ‘thousands of people…and not one automobile !!! No electronic devices’ ”

    • adan santur Reply

      I like the energy.

    • Augford P. Doggie Reply

      How are you going to drive a car through that mass of people? There hundreds of thousands of cars in every country. What a dipshit, try leaving the house once in a while

  5. S Hussein Reply

    The result has already been foretold.

  6. nd newman Reply

    Unserious people.

  7. THE MUKESH Reply

    Plz respect corona and make social distance 😂😂

  8. Steve John Reply

    Interesting

  9. Ambrin Gul Reply

    And what about corona?

  10. Sir. Joshua Ra'Ne. Doebler Reply

    Election’s are important though…

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  11. I am yes way Reply

    Dividing each other again what idiot behavior THESE AFRICANS ARE HOPELESS……

  12. no hatred Reply

    These are supporters of Donald trump

  13. G51065 Reply

    Nature doesn’t respect politicians, government or anything civilisation thinks is important….while power crazed leaders continue to puff out their chests, nature is chipping away at the edges.

  14. Innocent Nibikora Reply

    We’ve been longtime waiting for this time, candidate Rwasa is good guy to lead our Burundi n I’m sure the 20th may ther will be no mistake✔️ enough is enough.

    • Bladimir Rojas Reply

      I’m really glad democracy will finally be restored in Burundi. Hang in there. I’m watching this News from the western hemisphere. The Americas.

  15. Simon Hamupunda Reply

    Uh guys I’m 🇳🇦, what about Corona in 🇧🇮?

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