Pié Masumbuko

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Pié Masumbuko (born 1931)[1] was a politician as a member of the Union for National Progress and the acting Prime Minister of Burundi from January 15 to January 16 of 1965.

He represented the nation of Burundi in signing the Partial Test Ban Treaty in on October 4, 1963.[2]


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  2. ^ United States Department of State. United States Treaties and Other International Agreements, Volume 14, Part 2. United States Government Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1964. P. 1387.
Political offices
Preceded by
Pierre Ngendandumwe
Prime Minister of Burundi
Succeeded by
Joseph Bamina