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Parliamentary questions
5 October 1998
E-2611/1998
Answer given by Mr Pinheiro on behalf of the Commission

The Commission is closely monitoring the human rights situation in Equatorial Guinea. It has, on a number of occasions, interceded through appropriate channels, together with the Member States, on behalf of those arrested and convicted following the incidents which occurred on the island of Bioko in January 1998.

The Commission has made it clear to the authorities of Equatorial Guinea that the progressive resumption of cooperation is contingent on progress with regard to respect for human rights, democratic principles and the rule of law, in accordance with Article 5 of the fourth Lomé Convention. In this connection, it is prepared to support measures aimed at reforms which will improve the situation and ensure the rule of law and the democratic functioning of institutions.

OJ C 118, 29/04/1999 (p. 103)
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