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Burundi has to two distinct ethnic groups: the Hutu and the Tutsi.
Another coup in 1976 left the country with a one-party government and elected the coup's leader, Jean-Baptiste Bagaza, as president.
Most of the Twa retreated farther into the forested highlands.
The Tutsi began to appear in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, migrating from the Nile region in present-day Sudan and Ethiopia south and west in search of new cattle pastures.
Bagaza declared the goal of eliminating corruption in the government; however, in the subsequent election in 1982, he was the only candidate.
Bagaza's regime harbored suspicion toward Catholics, who were considered dangerously sympathetic to the Hutu.