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THE MICHIGAN DAILY "

Wednesday, November 3, 1976

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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KINSHASA, Zaire (AP) -- A
military coup has toppled Pres-{
ident Michel Micombero of Bu-
rundi, a small and violence-
ridden central African nationt
where plotting is a centuries-
old lifestyle.$
A radio broadcast yesterdayl
from the Burundian capital of'
Bujumbura said the Monday
coup was bloodless. An official
communique of the Burundi
armed forces said the new1
leaders were Lt. Col. Jean Ba-1
gaza, deputy chief of staff, and
.a Maj. Nzimana, a helicopter'
pilot,
THE COMMUNIQUE said the
36 - year - old Micombero, who
took power in a coup 10 years1
ago, was "very tired," appar-
ently indicating the rebels con-
sidered him unfit to carry on
his duties. A Belgian expert in
African affairs said on Brusselsj
radio Tuesday that Micombero'

topples

had become a "notorious alco- ians in search of material World War I and then a Bel- AFTER AN ABORTIVE coup
holic." wealth." gian trust territory until gain- by Hutus in 1972, the Tutsi lead-
The Burundi radio said the Bujumbura's airport and the ing independence in 1962. For ers organized a campaign to
communique denounced the de- national borders were closed, centuries the majority Hutu and reduce the Hutu population. Ac-
teriorating economic situation telecommunications suspended minority Tutsi tribes have cording to a United Nations re-
of the country and the "selfish and a dusk-to-dawn curfew im- fought each other for power, port, at least 80,000 were killed,
clans" that had been leading posed, informed Belgian sourc- and the dominant Tutsis them-, but other reports put the death
the government. The communi- es said. The broadcast from selves have been torn by rival- toll as high as 150,000. At least
que blamed both Burundians Bujumbura said the country ries between clans. 100,000 Hutus fled the country.

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and foreigners for the prob-
lems.
Besides Micombero, othera
leaders of the government and'
the country's single political
party reportedly were ousted.
The fate of the deposed lead-
ers was not known.
A COMMUNIQUE broadcast
by the armed forces said mili-
tary chief of staff Thomas Nda-
bemaye was ousted with Mi-_
combero and the coup took
place because Burundi was
"drifting, pulled apart in every
direction by multiple clans of
egoistical, power-hungry politic-

was quiet.I
In the decade since Micom-j
bero's bloodless coup, tens of
thousands of parsons have been
killed in tribal slaughters and
abortive rebellions- in 'Burundi,
a nation of 3.8 million that is
one of the poorest and most'
densely populated in the world.
SLIGHTLY SMALLER than
Maryland, landlocked Burundi
was a German colony before

Micombero is a member of
the ruling Hima clan, part of+
the Tutsi tribe, a tall, aristo-
cratic people also called Watu-r
si. The Himas have long beeni
opposed by the Banyarugurus,,
the majority clan among the+
Tussis.
When he took power in 1966
as an army captain, Micombero 1
replaced the monarchy of Gan-
was, another Tutsi clan, with
a republic.'

Burundi government

Burundi's main resources are
coffee and cotton. Although Bel-
gium has decreased its aid be-
cause of the tribal slaughter,
it remains Burundi's main trad-
ing partner and primary source
of foreign assistance.
Informed diplomatic sources
in Brussels noted that Bagaza
had visited the Soviet Union last
spring but said this did not nec-
essarily mean the coup was pro-
Soviet.

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