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Léonce Ngendakumana is a Burundian politician, born in 1954.
He was born in 1954 in the province of Bujumbura, to a modest family.
He launched his political career at a young age when he became politically active in the BAMPERE party, until the creation of the UBU.
He was one of the founders of the SAHWANYA-FRODEBU party, and in 2006, he became its secretary-general.
He was elected in the circonscription of Bujumbura until he became President of the National Assembly in 1995. He left the post in 2002.
He was re-elected as deputy in the 2005 elections. His party, SAHWANYA-FRODEBU, lost the elections, but he had electoral success in the circonscription of Bujumbura.
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