Information Center: Editorial
Teodoro Obiang declared the total dissolution of the judiciary.
After Months in Prison, Equatoguinean Activist Clara Nsegue Eyi is Released.
(African Arguments) Enforcing The Dodd-Frank Act Would Promote Transparency And Development In Africa
An op-ed that highlights the important role that the Dodd-Frank legislation in the U.S. could play in increasing transparency in 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.
President Obiang touted “improvements” to Equatorial Guinea’s elections; although there are credible reports and evidence of irregularities, and allegations of fraud and harassment of opposition supporters.
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.
The United States Department of State released in April (2013) its 2012 Country Report on Human Rights Practices for Equatorial Guinea.
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.
An appeal to the Sullivan Foundation by an Equatoguinean professor who recounts the daily struggles faced by citizens in his country.
Maud Perdriel-Vaissière argues that government officials should not be allowed to hide behind diplomatic immunity in cases that involve corruption.