Pascal-Firmin Ndimira

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Pascal-Firmin Ndimira (born 9 April 1956) was Prime Minister of Burundi from 31 July 1996 until 12 June 1998, when the post was abolished. [1]

Ndimira, an ethnic Hutu from Ngozi province, is a member of the Union for National Progress (UPRONA) party. He was born in Muyinga. [2]

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References

  1. "Great Lakes: IRIN Weekly Round Up #20, 7/29 - 8/4/96". www.africa.upenn.edu. Retrieved 17 May 2018.
  2. "Africa Research Bulletin: Political, social, and cultural series". Blackwell. 17 May 1995. Retrieved 17 May 2018 via Google Books.
Political offices
Preceded by
Antoine Nduwayo
Prime Minister of Burundi
1996–1998
Succeeded by
Position abolished(1998–2020)