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fineness e. this is the man of the hour , no me generally don't losses and now the leader of the coup is now , dozens and also i have the only to announce to you that after all the insecurity that reigned in our nation you have now a new leader and the borders the burundi are closed song family nnnnn just hours earlier there was chaos on the streets nnnnn protestors throwing rocks , nnnnn police firing tear gas in reply nnnnn demonstrations growing ever more frantic , but then the army marched in announcing its coo and silently surrounding the offices of state t. v. nnnnn crowd celebrating in the streets nnnnn cheering and singing after more than two weeks of violence nnnnn , i'm very happy to see that we've managed to remove the president's trying to change the constitution thanks to the people's revolution we have one we won't give up , but in a sign of the confusion sweeping guarantee talk of a coup was rubbish by the president's men around about in his office saying the coup had been foiled and dismissing it as a joke , it looks anything but a joke in burundi's capital the streets of but jim buddha in flames and the president out of the country for an african summit this timing right for a coup than this was it , at least the crowd seem to think so celebrations now in full swing