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  Equatorial Guinea
Institutions
  President  Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo 0 16 +91.96%
  Prime Minister  Francisco Pascual Eyegue Obama Asue 0 16 +100.00%
Province
 Annobón   
 Bioko Norte   
 Bioko Sur   
 Centro Sur   
 Kié-Ntem   
 Litoral   
 Wele-Nzás   
Parliament
  Chamber of Deputies  Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea 0 17 +98.00%
  Senate  Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea 0 17 +57.14%


Neighbors
Cameroon  
Gabon  

Country DETAILS
Parents  
Alternate NamesRepública de Guinea Ecuatorial; Republic of Equatorial Guinea
Established October 12, 1968
Disbanded Still Active
ContributorU Ole Polecat
Last ModifiedBojicat November 06, 2019 04:37pm
Description Area now known as Equatorial Guinea was charted by Portuguese explorer Fernando Pó and accordingly plucked for Portugal in 1474 as her colony for 300 years until control was transferred to the Spanish crown in 1778, compensation (Treaty of El Pardo) for Portugal's violation of the spirit of Treaty of Tordesillas of 1494, which divided the world into Portuguese and Spanish spheres of influence.

The nation has been held under the grip of uninterrupted authoritarian rule since independence from Spain in 1968.

Equatorial Guinea today is the only sub-Saharan country where Spanish is the official language.

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