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security tight in burundi's capital is the nation needs to the polls sporadic blasts and gun shots punctuating the parliamentary vote the election boycotted by the opposition and condemned by the use which withdrew its observers monday saying the pellets on fear royce's edmund blair is covering the story from nairobi the outcome , is all but assured with a sweeping win for president karen , allies , but that doesn't mean brindes troubles are over , the opposition will continue to say , his election and , international community has made that views very clear which is not good for a country which is dependent on eight and there's a human tragedy as well about a hundred twenty five thousand people across the borders into neighboring states the government insisted that they will go ahead with the rest of the elections which the international community one delayed but peering currencies will be leaving a country which is increasingly isolated and where the opposition and chunks of the