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Government of Equatorial Guinea
May 21, 2012

Official decrees issued by President Obiang filling the new positions of Vice President, Prime Minister and Delegate Prime Minister, created by the new constitution.

United Nations Economic and Social Council
May 27, 1983

Resolution requesting the Secretary-General, in conjunction with the Government of Equatorial Guinea, to consider what further measures could be taken by the United Nations to assist that Government in the continued implementation of the plan of action and to report to the Commission on Human Rights at its fortieth session

United Nations Economic and Social Council
May 7, 1982

Resolution of the Economic and Social Council regarding the situation of human rights in Equatorial Guinea

Government of Equatorial Guinea
July 14, 2004

Letter containing the report of the 21st ministerial meeting of the United Nations Standing Advisory Committee on Security Questions in Central Africa. Analyzes the security and stability of Central African countries, including Equatorial Guinea

Government of Equatorial Guinea
November 6, 2003

Letter containing the report of the 20th ministerial meeting of the United Nations Standing Advisory Committee on Security Questions in Central Africa. Analyzes the security and stability of Central African countries, including Equatorial Guinea

Government of Gabon
August 14, 1998

Letter to the Secretary General of the United Nations sent by the Permanent Mission of Gabon to the UN dated August 14, 1998.

Government of Equatorial Guinea
January 1, 2009

Set of regional trade laws of OHADA, whose objective is to understand the legal framework in force in the commercial and corporate fields in member countries

International Labour Organization
January 4, 1990

Series of laws, treaties and regulations dealing with labor and social security, including the general labor law of Equatorial Guinea.

Government of Equatorial Guinea
April 15, 2002

Transmits correspondence between the Government of Equatorial Guinea and the Special Representative on the Situation of Human Rights in Equatorial Guinea, regarding the Government's invitation to the Special Representative to visit the country pursuant to the arrest and detention of persons alleged to have plotted the assassination of the head of Government.

United States Congress and Senate, Committee on Governmental Affairs, and Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations
March 16, 2005

Report by the United States government examining the role that Riggs Bank had in corruption and money laundering in the country of Equatorial Guinea in relation to how the Patriot Act and how effective the U.S. government is being in combating foreign corruption.

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