Features

The 2013 Reporters Without Borders World Press Freedom Index, which measures respect for media freedom, ranks Equatorial Guinea 166 out of 179 countries.

Latin American and African leaders participating in the cross-regional summit in Equatorial Guinea should press their host, President Obiang, to undertake human rights and democratic reforms ahead of parliamentary elections in May, 2013.

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission  today defended its final rule implementing a strong oil, gas and mining transparency law before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.

The International Monetary Fund should publicly state the reason(s) for non-publication of Equatorial Guinea’s Article IV report.

As the legislative elections draw near, many Equatoguineans and pro-democracy advocates are wondering whether they will bring change to Equatorial Guinea, or whether the government will continue to disrespect its citizens’ basic rights.

European Parliament has reached a deal on the new extractive industries transparency rules. 

A federal judge has dismissed the lawsuit, but the Department of Justice may still proceed in the forfeiture case against Teodorin’s Gulfstream jet.

The U.S. Court of Appeals dismissed the lawsuit against the Securities and Exchange Commission that seeked to block implementation of a transparency law.   

A Victory for Transparency Rules, and for Equatorial Guinea: The U.S. Court of Appeals has Dismissed a Lawsuit Challenging Company Reporting Requirements.

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