The Burundi, in long form the Republic of Burundi, in Kirundi Republika y’u Burundi, is a country in East Africa without access to the sea, but with a large lake (lake Tanganyika) located in the Great Lakes region and surrounded by the Republic democratic of Congo to the west, Rwanda to the north, and Tanzania to the east and to the south. Its capital is Bujumbura which account in 2014 a population of 658,859 inhabitants
The Ambassador of Burundi in Belgium is H.E. Félix Ndayisenga
The Burundi is a republic multi-party to presidential regime or the President occupies the loads of head of State and head of government. The executive power is in the hands of the government, while the two chambers of the Parliament (Senate and National Assembly) share the legislative power with the government
The economy of Burundi is primarily rural and based on agriculture and animal husbandry. Agricultural production is divided between the products intended for export, such as coffee, tea and cotton and food crops. The pipeline of the coffee represents the first resource of the country (80 per cent of exports).
The active population was multiplied by two between 1990 and 1999, rising from 2 million people to 4 million; an active on two is a woman. The work of children is regularly denounced as being current in Burundi.
On the political side, the national reconciliation, the consolidation of peace and the rule of law, reconstruction and economic and social development are the main challenges of the Burundi post-transition. But the situation in Burundi remains fragile, however. At the approach of general elections of 2015, the relations between the different political parties are difficult
Several of them are the subject of internal divisions. The vote of certain acts(press, right to manifest) and violence involving the movement of young people from several political parties are worrying.