National Alliance for Law and Economic Development
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The National Alliance for Law and Economic Development (ANADDE) , or The Alliance Nationale pour le Droit et le Développement in French, is a small, predominantly ethnic Tutsi political party in Burundi. In 2000, they were one of the three parties to sign a peace agreement in an effort to end the then seven-year civil war that had plagued the country.
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