Information Center: 2012

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Maud Perdriel-Vaissière
November 27, 2012

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

Publish What You Pay
November 13, 2012

The Publish What You Pay (PWYP) coalition has launched an ad campaign to press the European Union to follow the lead of the United States and pass strong transparency legislation. 

EG Justice & Human Rights Watch
EG Justice & Human Rights Watch
August 15, 2012

The arbitrary arrest and detention of a former business associate of the son of Equatorial Guinea’s president demonstrates the government’s continued violation of basic rights.

Human Rights Watch, Physicians for Human Rights, and EG Justice
Human Rights Watch, Physicians for Human Rights, and EG Justice
June 6, 2012

The pardon by President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo of Dr. Wenceslao Mansogo Alo is a positive step, but judicial reforms are urgently needed. 

EG Justice & Human Rights Watch
October 24, 2012

The authorities in Equatorial Guinea should immediately investigate the alleged enforced disappearance of a top human rights lawyer who has been unaccounted for since the evening of October 22, 2012.

EG Justice & Human Rights Watch
October 25, 2012

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.

EG Justice
August 27, 2012

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

EG Justice
July 24, 2012

EG Justice's letter to the leaders of the Leon H. Sullivan Foundation expressing grave disappointment that the Foundation will be holding its ninth Sullivan Summit in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea. 

EG Justice
October 23, 2012

Fabián Nsué, a well-respected lawyer in Equatorial Guinea, has gone missing and may have been detained. 

October 4, 2012

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. 

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