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Melchior Ndadayé

Date of Birth: 28 March 1953
Place of Birth: Muramvya, Burundi
Died: 21 October 1993

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    Vol 40 No 2 |
  • MALI

Many complaints, some satisfaction

Proceedings are observed by an honorary jury which this time included Laurence Ndadayé widow of Burundi’s slain President Melchior Ndadayé and guests from Britain France Germany and the International League for Human Rights together with Malians representing women’s Muslim Catholic and Protestant groups...

Conflict irresolution

And as in Mozambique the Italian Catholic lay Sant'Egidio Community hosted talks; this time between Buyoya's government and its main Hutu-based opponents the Conseil National pour la Défense de la Démocratie (CNDD) led by Léonard Nyangoma formerly Interior Minister under the late President Melchior Ndadayé...

The foreign fronts

Bikomagu was referred to in the confidential United Nations report on the 1993 coup against Melchior Ndadaye's government as having given 'inconsistent evidence' to UN investigators about his involvement in the coup...

Buyoya perhaps

While the UN has signalled its 'strong concern' over the coup it has been wrongfooted by a report commissioned by the Security Council into October 1993' s coup and the murder of President Melchior Ndadayé who had defeated Buyoya in June elections...

Intervention on the agenda

Former Interior Minister Nyangoma claims he is also still a member of the Front pour la Démocratie au Burundi (Frodebu see Box Hutu guerrillas) which was founded by Melchior Ndadayé the President assassinated in October 1993...

Hutu guerrillas

Palipehutu split in 1993 when its military chief Kabora Kossani declared war on President Melchior Ndadayé's government because it contained 'too many' Tutsi...

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