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Maud Perdriel-Vaissière
November 27, 2012

Maud Perdriel-Vaissière argues that government officials should not be allowed to hide behind diplomatic immunity in cases that involve corruption.

Maud Perdriel-Vaissière
November 27, 2012

Maud Perdriel-Vaissière argues that government officials should not be allowed to hide behind diplomatic immunity in cases that involve corruption.

May 17, 2012

41 business and civil society organizations have sent a letter to every member of the U.S. Congress urging them to support the Incorporation Transparency and Law Enforcement Assistance Act. 

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Tutu Alicante
July 19, 2012

On Tuesday evening, UNESCO awarded the controversial prizesponsored by President Obiang of Equatorial Guinea, my native country. The decision to do so is an embarrassment for the organization and a setback in the effort to press for good governance and government accountability in Equatorial Guinea.

EG Justice
May 9, 2012

Sixteen organizations sent an open letter to the French Foreign Ministry on May 9 expressing concern regarding the appointment of Teodoro Nguema Obiang to a post at UNESCO and asking the Foreign Ministry to deny him diplomatic immunity.

John Githongo and Tutu Alicante
May 31, 2012

An editorial by Tutu Alicante and John Githongo highlighting how President Obiang's efforts to protect his son from a legal investigation in France are a particularly blatant example of African leaders placing themselves above the law.

Tutu Alicante
February 3, 2012

An editorial that calls on Africa's leaders to demonstrate responsible leadership in the use of their countries' finite resources.

Meredith Varela
March 6, 2012

Brazil supported the controversial UNESCO-Obiang prize in an attempt to improve relations with President Obiang, but this puts Brazil's own international reputation at stake.

Wenceslao Mansogo
March 5, 2012

A letter from Dr. Wenceslao Mansogo, a prisoner of conscience, to UNESCO, urging it to abolish the Obiang prize.

EG Justice
May 15, 2012

EG Justice sent a letter to the members of the Senate Subcommittee on African Affairs regarding a hearing on "Examining the U.S. Policy Response to Entrenched African Leadership," expressing appreciation that they held a hearing on this critical U.S. foreign policy topic, but also disappointment that President Teodoro Obiang, the longest-ruling leader in the world, was not addressed.

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