Last updated: 28 june, 2010 - 15:52 GMT

Burundi elections

A voting attendant helps a female Burundian voter to cast her vote at a polling station in Bujumbura, Burundi, Monday, June 28, 2010

Would you go out and vote if there were only one candidate running for president?

This is the issue faced by voters in Burundi today, where the only candidate is President Pierre Nkurunziza.

His rivals withdrew a few weeks ago citing fraud in district elections held in May.

The vote today is part of a series of polls designed to underscore the country's return to peace after years of civil war.

What have those who came out to vote been saying?

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Our reporter, Prime Ndikumagenge, has been to polling stations in the capital Bujumbura and sent this report.

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