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Republic of Burundi
Republika y’Uburundi  (Kirundi)
République du Burundi  (French)
Motto: « Ubumwe, Ibikorwa, Amajambere » (Kirundi) »Unité, Travail, Progrès » (French) »Union, Work, Progress » (English)
Anthem: Burundi Bwacu  (Kirundi)
Our Burundi
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CapitalGitega (political) Bujumbura (economic)[a]
3°30′S 30°00′E
Largest cityBujumbura[a]
Official languagesKirundi (national and official)
French (official)
English (official)[1][2][3][4]
Demonym(s)Burundian
GovernmentUnitary dominant-party presidential constitutional republic
• PresidentÉvariste Ndayishimiye
• Premier Ministre Alain Guillaume BUNYONI
•  Vice-PrésidentProsper BAZOMBANZA
• LegislatureParliament
• Upper houseSenate
• Lower houseNational Assembly
• Part of Ruanda-Urundi
(UN trust territory)
1945–1962
• Independence1 July 1962
• Republic1 July 1966
• Constitution of Burundi07 June 2018
Population
• 2019 estimate10,953,317 [9] (84th)
• Density401.6/km2 (1,040.1/sq mi) (20th)
CurrencyBurundian franc (FBu) (BIF)
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Driving side Right
Area code +257