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UNHCR expects this refugee figure to exceed half a million by the end of the year. An International Rescue Committee survey of refugees in Tanzania found that 80 percent of the refugees interviewed said they witnessed one killing before fleeing.
This risk is amplified by an increase in recruitment and activities of the , particularly in the provincial hotspots of Bururi, Cibitoke, Kirundo, Makamba, Muyinga, Rumonge, Rutana, and Ruyigi.The Accords provided for power sharing, coalition-building, equitable participation in government, a system of checks and balances, and the integration of former enemies into a more representative military.Beyond their functional value, however, the symbolism of the Accords became a defining feature of a new Burundian national identity as a multiethnic society, an identity that resonated deeply with many, especially young Burundians.The ruling CNDD/FDD’s unease with the Arusha Accords predates the current crisis.Since the civil war, some loyalists have held that the provisions for minority overrepresentation are unfair and should be reviewed.
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Moreover, the Accords were widely seen as guiding a period of unprecedented stability and progress in Burundi—until the crisis of 2015 erupted.