By Max Liniger-Goumaz
The 3rd variation of this typical reference paintings brings the heritage of Equatorial Guinea into the second one Nguemist dictatorship, which begun with the August 1979 coup of Obiang Nguema. It explains the continuity of the Nguema dynasty, marked by way of violence, overlook for human rights, nepotism, corruption, drug trafficking, and the confiscation of oil earnings via excessive score individuals of the extended family of Mongomo. This version additionally provides crucial aspect to the file on Human Rights Practices that was once submitted to the U.S. apartment of Representatives and the U.S. Senate, January 30, 1998.
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