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Angola

José Eduardo dos Santos

Date of Birth: 28 August 1942
Place of Birth: Luanda


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Do not pass go

Gabon's President Omar Bongo is reported by Paris fortnightly La Lettre du Continent to have been asked by Tarrallo's lawyers to appoint their client ambassador to the United Nations Education and Scientific Organisation in Paris an expedient used by Angola's President José Eduardo dos Santos to give diplomatic immunity to his friend Pierre Falcone facing an international arrest warrant...


Win the war, lose the peace

Still less is the government of President José Eduardo dos Santos making headway on promised economic and political reforms (AC Vol 43 No 20)...


Fradique's new front

President José Eduardo dos Santos has promised technical help for São Tomé's nascent state oil company Petrogas from Angola's wily Sonangol...


Succession issues

The promise by President José Eduardo dos Santos to retire before the next elections (in 2004 at earliest) is questioned...


Neutering UNITA

A passion for secrecy With little public debate new laws devised by President José Eduardo dos Santos' Special Advisor on Constitutional Affairs Carlos Feijó have been passed on state secrecy state security and access to official documents...


Levy at war

He also spoke up for Angolan President José Eduardo dos Santos whose government helped fund Mwanawasa's election campaign...


Whose peace bonanza?

in the accounts of Falcone and Gaidamak; of Elisio de Figueiredo an Angolan former Ambassador to France (now in Singapore); former Sonangol Chairman Joaquim David; President José Eduardo dos Santos and his former cabinet chief José Leitão; and Vitaly Malkin a Russian banker close to ex-President Boris Yeltsin...


Who's got the money?

He rejected a request from the late UNITA leader Jonas Savimbi to visit Lusaka in January (he was located in south-eastern Angola and killed a month later) after pressure from President José Eduardo dos Santos' government...


Pax Luanda

President José Eduardo dos Santos says he will quit before the next election but his favoured successor MPLA Secretary General João Lourenço will face more competition for the top job if the peace holds...


Risky money

Now that Jonas Savimbi of the União Nacional Total para a Independência de Angola is dead though President José Eduardo dos Santos can no longer blame him for the war continuing or resist pressure from the International Monetary Fund for transparency and the use of oil revenues for sustainable development...


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