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Government of Equatorial Guinea
July 30, 2007

Decree 42/2007, which regulates the participation of civil society in the implementation of the EITI in Equatorial Guinea.

United Nations

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 1948 was codified into two Covenants, which the General Assembly adopted on 16 December 1966. Together with the Optional Protocols, they constitute the "International Bill of Human Rights". The Covenant is a landmark in the efforts of the international community to promote human rights. It defends the right to life and stipulates that no individual can be subjected to torture, enslavement, forced labour and arbitrary detention or be restricted from such freedoms as movement, expression and association.

United Nations General Assembly
December 1, 1999

Resolutions proposed by Central African nations to the UN General Assembly regarding policies for dealing with security and refugees in the region.

Government of Equatorial Guinea
September 14, 2004
Government of Equatorial Guinea
June 12, 2010

An official statement by the government of Equatorial Guinea regarding the campaign of international organizations against the Unesco–Obiang Nguema Mbasogo Prize for the Life Sciences.

Government of Equatorial Guinea
June 16, 2010

An official statement by the government of Equatorial Guinea regarding the decision by UNESCO's Director General to postpone a final decision regarding the UNESCO-Obiang Nguema Mbasogo Prize for the Life Sciences until UNESCO's October 2010 meeting. The government criticizes the campaign of international organizations against the prize and states that "the name of our country is inseparable from the name of S. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo."

Government of Equatorial Guinea
December 27, 2000

Letters and Agreement outlining the protocol for fishing by European Union nations in the waters of Equatorial Guinea.

Equatorial Guinea: Ministry of Mines, Industry, and Energy
January 1, 2011

Website of the Ministry of Mines, Industry, and Energy of Equatorial Guinea, which contains information about the country's hydrocarbon and mining industries.

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