Equatorial Guinea 2015 Human Rights Report

Equatorial Guinea 2015 Human Rights Report

EG Justice December 10, 2015
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The following is a report on Human Rights and Equatorial Guinea's poor performance.

There were numerous reports of human rights violations throughout the year, including arbitrary arrest and detention, unlawful detention of children, repression of fundamental freedoms such as freedom of expression, assembly, association and movement.

State institutions remained largely a façade behind which the presidential family monopolized all decision-making authority: even key state institutions, such as the government and the judiciary, are commonly dissolved and reconstituted at the president’s whim.

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