2021 Review of Human Rights and Good Governance in Equatorial Guinea

The workshop will try to evaluate from the experts’ point of view how the situation of human rights and good governance in 2021 has evolved either positively or negatively. The experts will also analyze the key events during the year and give their assessment, in addition to analyzing the prospects for the year 2022. The …

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Parliament must fully abolish death penalty and improve the anti-corruption law

The Parliament of Equatorial Guinea must improve the anti-corruption law and should amend the constitution or ratify the Second Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, aimed at abolishing the death penalty, for a complete elimination of the death penalty in the country, since the amendment of the criminal law may not be enough.

Equatorial Guinea must fight corruption and increase social investment to face the economic crisis

From 19 to 27 November, the manager of the APROFORT project, Lucas Olo, visited the cities of Malabo and Bata. Together with APROFORT’s Legal Clinic lawyer, Maria Jesús Bikene, they met with up to 14 civil society organisations in the country. From exchanges with civil society organisations, it could be found that the economic crisis …

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