(BBC) – Burundi’s opposition has rejected a proposal by the electoral commission to hold presidential polls on 15 July.
The opposition said its demand for free elections have not been met.
Separately, UN human rights chief Zeid Raad al-Hussein warned that a government-allied youth group was becoming increasingly violent.
Burundi has been hit by unrest and a failed coup since President Pierre Nkurunziza announced in April that he would run for a third term.
Western donors have cut some aid to the country, and say they will not help finance the election.