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Equatorial Guinea: Blogger Juan Tomás Ávila is Back

Juan Tomás Ávila has written his first post on his blog Malabo [es] after an absence of two months. In the context of the meeting in Annobon Island to discuss constitutional reforms, held by a committee named by the President of Equatorial Guinea, Teodoro Obiang, Juan Tomás Ávila discusses the inhumanity of this regime, the need for a strong opposition, and the importance of rescuing the wisdom of the elders if the aim of this political moment is to demand democracy.

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