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Title: A Collapsed Transition: Democratization in Burundi

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Date: January 4, 1997
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Scholars such as Floribert Ngaruko and Janvier Nkurunziza point toward precise self-interest motivations for Buyoya’s decision to take liberalization steps: “an increase in inflation…[and] the exhaustion of international reserves and monetary devaluations threatened those who relied on imports the most...

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Taking notice from other countries across the continent, Buyoya initiated a liberalization plan anticipating that international revenue flows would follow. As Peter Schraeder would initially classify Burundi’s case, Buyoya illustrated ‘guided democratization,’ or an elite-constructed transition process, in contrast to the bottom-up movements that defined most successful transitions across Africa...

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