Ramon Esono was jailed for 6 months, barred from leaving for 3 more from Equatorial Guinea. 

Equatorial Guinea: Government Critic Blocked from Leaving Country. Unreasonable Delay in Renewing Cartoonist’s Passport.

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Two political activists were arrested and detained in Equatorial Guinea solely for exercising their right to freedom of expression and peacefully announcing a meeting to be held by the opposition political party.

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President Obiang's remarks at home suggesting that criminals should have their tendons severed are clear indication of his disregard for human rights, and tells a different story than that given to international bodies.

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The Equatorial Guinea government goes to greath lengths to silence opposition. This is the latest against CPDS Secretary General.

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News about arrests of youth from Rebola and the dismissal of a cultural center's management team are calls for serious concern.

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In Equatorial Guinea today, many remain in prison after being convicted in trials, where no evidence was presented to substantiate the charges against the defendants. 

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Italian businessman, Roberto Berardi, was finally realsed today from an Equatorial Guinea prison.

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Roberto Berardi Denied Release after Completing Prison Sentence in Equatorial Guinea.

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EG Justice is seriously concerned about the unfounded and chilling allegations presented against the CPDS' leader and the increased persecution of political opponents; and strongly condemns the government’s apparent drive to eliminate all vestiges of opposition in the country in the run-up to presidential elections.

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The government of Equatorial Guinea, in an effort to discredit its critics ahead of the upcoming elections, is using the Ebola crises to further stigmatize opposition leaders by accusing them of planning to bring the disease into the country.

Human Rights Watch, Conectas, & EG Justice

Equatorial Guinea’s Actions Violate Portuguese Language Community’s Charter.

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