The proof of the pudding is in the eating: the June 1993 elections in Burundi
Institute of Development Policy and Management
Journal of modern African studies. - Cambridge, 1963, currens
, p. 563-583
University of Antwerp
Land-Locked Burundi in the Great Lakes area of East-Central Africa, while very small in size (slightly under 28,000 sq. kilometres, roughly the size of Belgium), is after neighbouring Rwanda the most densely populated country in the continent, with about six million inhabitants of whom it is commonly admitted that Hutu and Tutsi constitute about 85 and 15 per cent, respectively.