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Prince Léopold Biha (1919–2003) was a Burundian politician and a Tutsi.[1] He was appointed Prime Minister 13 October 1965 following the 10 May 1965 legislative election. He was the personal secretary of King Mwambutsa IV previous to his appointment as Prime Minister. He was Prime Minister until a coup on 8 July 1966 when Prince Ndizi overthrew his father and became King. Ntara V installed Michel Micombero to the post of Prime Minister.

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  1. ^ [1] DeRouen, Karl R., and Heo, Uk "Civil wars of the world: major conflicts since World War II," ABC-CLIO,(2007). Page 206. Retrieved February 26, 2011