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Congo-Brazzaville

Denis Sassou-Nguesso

Date of Birth: 23 November 1943
Place of Birth: Edou, Oyo District


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Ben Ali, biens mal acquis

The case has benefitted from the successful appeal by TI and Sherpa in December against the dismissal by the Paris Prosecutor of the 'Biens mal acquis' (BMA ill gotten goods) case in which the NGOs tried to force a prosecution of three presidents - Gabon's late Omar Bongo Ondimba Congo-Brazzaville's Denis Sassou-Nguesso and Equatorial Guinea's Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo - their families and entourages for embezzling state funds...


Triangular trade

President Denis Sassou-Nguesso’s government is pushing for the development of three special economic zones on the Chinese model to help prepare for a post-oil future...


The IMF asks the 5 billion euro question

The most awkward political issue is the suspected involvement of two presidents in the affair - Denis Sassou Nguesso of Congo-Brazzaville and Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo of Equatorial Guinea...


Forgotten promises

In Congo-Brazzaville in March 2009 Sarko met members of the opposition and raised their concerns about elections with President Denis Sassou-Nguesso yet Sassou’s patently manipulated re-election in July passed without comment...


Sassou's reforms on trial

If the directors fail to give President Denis Sassou-Nguesso’s government the green light and raise yet more doubts about accounting in the state oil company then they will also be questioning the judgement of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund...


A storm in the fish ponds

Neither of their presidents François Bozizé and Denis Sassou-Nguesso would seem to have an interest in stirring up that kind of trouble in the neighbourhood...


Good judge, bad judge

euros) of Presidents Omar Bongo Ondimba of Gabon Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo of Equatorial Guinea and Denis Sassou-Nguesso of Congo-Brazzaville that had been abruptly shut down (AC Vol 50 No 2)...


France and the Fund apply pressure

Faced with the Denis Sassou-Nguesso system ­ a combination of violent repression of determined opponents and cooption of the more biddable ­ French officials appear to regard the current order as unreformable...


Which vulture flies?

President Denis Sassou-Nguesso has spent nearly US$6 million on lawyers and lobbyists in the United States in the past three years...

The money comes from the SNPC and the client is not the Republic of Congo but Denis Sassou-Nguesso himself...


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