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An open letter to invitees to the Leon H. Sullivan Foundation's IX Sullivan Summit urging them to become informed about the difficult realities in Equatorial Guinea. 

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has issued final rules for legislation aimed at increasing transparency in the oil, gas, and mining industries. 

CNN's Christiane Amanpour interviews President Obiang about corruption, democracy, and poverty in Equatorial Guinea. 

EG Justice and Human Rights Watch have called on Julio Iglesias to examine how his concert in Equatorial Guinea is being financed, given concerns over government corruption. 

Authorities in Equatorial Guinea have arbitrarily detained the prominent lawyer Fabián Nsue Nguema in Black Beach prison in Malabo and are refusing to allow him visitors.

Maud Perdriel-Vaissière argues that government officials should not be allowed to hide behind diplomatic immunity in cases that involve corruption.

The most recent arbitrary detention of a leading opposition politician in Equatorial Guinea on December 4, 2012, raises concerns about human rights conditions in the lead-up to legislative elections in 2013.

Equatorial Guinea ranks 163 out of 174 in Transparency International's 2012 Corruption Perceptions Index. 

Marcelo Giugale, the World Bank's Director of Economic Policy and Poverty Reduction Programs for Africa, offers a combination of measures that every government should have in place to help citizens get a good deal from their resources.

Equatorial Guinea again scored poorly on the International Budget Partnership’s Open Budget Survey 2012, reflecting the inability of its citizens to participate in or monitor the country’s budget decisions.

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