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March 30, 2016

Ahead of the presidential elections in Equatorial Guinea, the suspension of CEID comes in the wake of other measures to crack down on independent civic activism in the country.

Department of Homeland Security
May 3, 2013

Homeland Security Investigations report of investigation relating to a November 19, 2011, interview of EG CS 7, a confidential informant, who worked for a French timber company in EG in 1996.

Homeland Security Investigations
May 3, 2013

Homeland Security Investigations report of investigation relating to June 7, 2012, and June 8, 2012, interviews of German Pedro Tomo, an EG national who owned Tromad Forestal (an EG timber company) and Tromad SA Construciones Y Obras (an EG infrastructure firm).

Resolution on the fifty-third session in which the General Assembly decided that the International Organization of la Francophonie would participate, in the capacity of observer, in the sessions and the work of the General Assembly and its subsidiary organs.

United Nations

Five alleged victims that were supposedly linked to the Fuerza Demócrata Republicana (FDR), an unofficial political party in opposition to the Government, and were detained in Malabo, along with another 150 people, between the end of February and March 2002. The alleged victims were held in Black Beach Prison, Malabo, without being notified of the charges against them until 20 May 2002.

International Monetary Fund
August 12, 2003

Report that includes discussions on the economic developments of Equatorial Guinea that were based on information dated before August 12, 2003, it expresses the opinion of staff members, no necessarily the views of the Executive Board of the IMF.

Atkinson, Andrew
November 18, 2010

Report that focuses on the economy, politics and social development of Equatorial Guinea. It describes the current government, how the economy is growing, the different sectors of the economy and the different social classes that exist in Equatorial Guinea.

Bloomfield, Steve
February 24, 2007

Eight mercenaries accused of playing a role in the so-called ''Wonga Coup'' were acquitted although several other men have been tried and found guilty for their involvement in the affair, including Sir Mark Thatcher.

Quinlan, Martin

Oil production is rising and LNG production will start in a few months -- but the government wants more of the revenue and there are concerns about how it is spending it.

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