Lawyer: 147 activists face death penalty in Equatorial Guinea

By |februar 15th, 2018|death penalty, Equatorial Guinea, human rights, human rights abuses, News, Teodoro Obiang|

Equatorial Guinea's public prosecutor is seeking the death penalty in the trial of 147 opposition activists accused of "rebellion," their lawyer said yesterday (14 February).

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EU concerned over rights abuses in Equatorial Guinea

By |februar 6th, 2018|bad governance, Equatorial Guinea, News, Teodoro Obiang, Torture, violence|

The European Union has criticised "a sharp decline" in human rights in Equatorial Guinea where an opposition figure died in custody and over 130 people have been detained since elections last year.

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Paradise Papers highlight the link between grand-scale corruption and poverty

By |november 14th, 2017|Equatorial Guinea, News, Paradise Papers, tax evasion|

To truly crack down on corruption and end poverty, European governments must make corporate secrecy a thing of the past, and that starts at home, writes Tutu Alicante.

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