Equatorial Guinea: Staying Power
Equatorial Guinea: Staying PowerAdam Roberts The World Today, Volume 65, Number 3 | March 1, 2009
An article that analyzes the alleged February 2009 coup d'etat attempt on the Presidential Palace in Malabo and the resilience of President Obiang Nguema.
"One night in mid-February, gunfire erupted at the gates of the presidential palace in Equatorial Guinea at 3am. The motives were unclear but there was speculation about another coup attempt. Not the news the president wanted as he prepared to celebrate thirty years in power..."
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