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Ngozi Province, Burundi
|Political party||National Liberation Forces|
In September 2006 the FNL signed a peace deal with the government.
In June 2010, Rwasa went into hiding, claiming he was facing arrest for allegedly destabilising the country following district elections. However, Burundi's attorney general stated that there is no warrant out for Rwasa.
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- "Burundi's opposition leader Rwasa becomes deputy speaker". BBC News. 30 July 2015.
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