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Teodoro Obiang declared the total dissolution of the judiciary.
The UN Secretary General authorized an investigation into the organization's response to a report detailing the sexual abuse of children by peacekeeping French, Chadian and Equatoguinean troops deployed in the Central African Republic.
Equatorial Guinea’s Actions Violate Portuguese Language Community’s Charter.
In this video-illustration, EG Justice and the celebrated artist, Ramon Esono Ebale explain the most relevant details of the U.S. Department of Justice cases against Teodoro Nguema Obiang "Teodorin", Vice-President, Senator, and son of the president of Equatorial Guinea.
A Victory for Transparency Rules, and for Equatorial Guinea: The U.S. Court of Appeals has Dismissed a Lawsuit Challenging Company Reporting Requirements.
“Over $10 Billion Missing” in Equatorial Guinea: Lack of Transparency Means Illicit Outflows Will Continue.
House Republicans introduced H.R. 1613, which would exempt any covered company from reporting payments in accordance with any transboundary hydrocarbons agreement.
The Africa Progress Panel released the 2013 Africa Progress Report, giving Equatorial Guinea poor scores in governance and human development.
Dr. Wenceslao Mansogo Alo reflects about his imprisonment and subsequent trial by a legal system devoid of due process. Lessons learned and paths to the future for the people of Equatorial Guinea are also part of his open letter.
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.
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