Equatorial Guinea

Combining continental and insular territories, Equatorial Guinea’s small population and extensive oil reserves give it the highest per capita GDP in Africa. It also has massive inequalities and an appalling human rights record. The Obiang regime, in power since 1979, is infamous for attacks on press freedom, suppression of opposition movements, rampant corruption and unwillingness to act on key issues such as human trafficking.

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74050070Population32700030.911546252532Population under 15420243.9725590817016Number of internet users
136 Human development index

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