Burundi’s president has sacked Prime Minister Alain Guillaume Bunyoni days after he claimed unnamed “powerful people” were plotting a coup against him. The BBC reports that in a unanimous vote in parliament on Wednesday morning, all 113 ruling MPs voted in favour of President Évariste Ndayishimiye’s proposal to dismiss Bunyoni. No reasons were given for the dismissal during the half-an-hour session. President Ndayishimiye said last week that he would defeat the people plotting against him.