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THE CHOICE OF THEMES BY ALI BONGO’S COMMUNICATION’S ADVISOR. LE CHOIX DES THÈMES DU CONSEILLER EN COMMUNICATION D’ALI BONGO

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STATEMENT OF THE UNION NATIONALE ON THE FISCAL SITUATION OF GABON. DÉCLARATION DE L’UNION NATIONALE SUR LA SITUATION BUDGÉTAIRE DU GABON

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Casimir Oye Mba (photo: Jean Pierre Rougou)




THE NEWSPAPER LA LOUPE. LE JOURNAL LA LOUPE

SOME DETAILS ON THE MATTER OF PASCALINE BONGO’S UNPAID BILLS. DES DÉTAILS SUR L’AFFAIRE DES FACTURES IMPAYÉES DE PASCALINE BONGO

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La Lettre du Continent comes in its latest issue to giving important legal details about the dispute between the French company Blue Mendel and Pascaline Bongo. We provide you below with the document from the Havre’s court, published as an annex by La Lettre du Continent.
In its summary, La Lettre du Continent says that the bills unsettled by Pascaline Bongo corresponded to invoices made "on behalf of the Gabonese presidency in 2012 and 2013". Here is an ambiguity that is lifted. But there is also a matter of delivery by that company of several containers at the port of Libreville, that Pascaline Bongo has not deigned to claim, while she was the recipient; which resulted in penalties to the French company. We leave you to read the details below, in their original French.

Version française
La Lettre du Continent vient dans sa dernière livraison, donner d’importants détails juridiques au sujet du différend qui oppose la société française Blue Mendel à Pascaline Bon…

HOW TO UNDERSTAND THESE BREAK-UPS? COMMENT COMPRENDRE CES RUPTURES ?

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René Ndemezo'Obiang (photo: Gabonreview)


André Mba Obame (photo: Canalblog)



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René Ndemezo'Obiang will leave the PDG seems to be the consensus among observers. With his departure, only two of the founding members of the Renovators wing of the PDG of the 1990s, remain alongside Ali Bongo: Alfred Mabika Mouyama and Germain Ngoyo Moussavou; others such as André Mba Obame, René Ndemezo'Obiang and Jean Remy Pendy Bouyiki are clearly at odds with the regime; while Francois Engonga Owono is living a break-up that he dares not declare. It is quite ironic that the "Renovators" who justified the formation of their ideological wing by saying that they opposed the retrogrades old methods of the PDG, are now split into two factions: those who remain in a logic of immobility around Ali Bongo (Alfred Mabika Mouyama and Germain Ngoyo Moussavou) and others clearly saying that this regime is out of breath and no longer represents their vision of Gabon (André Mba Obame, …

IT IS RENÉ NDEMEZO’OBIANG TURN TO LEAVE THE PDG! AU TOUR DE MONSIEUR RENÉ NDEMEZO’OBIANG DE QUITTER LE PDG

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A new defection, and not the least, is on the verge of being effective in the camp in power. The striking concerns that appear already in the Bongo camp may become more persistent if, as announced by various observers, René Ndemezo'Obiang was to formally announce on Saturday his definitive departure from the PDG and his anchoring in the logic of the dismissal of Ali Bongo.
There have been many defections from the PDG since 2009, but there are defections which for obvious reasons, were remarkable in their ability to rock the top of the State, and thus severely weaken the Ali Bongo’s posture. There have been defections in mass by André Mba Obame, Casimir Oye Mba, Paulette Moussavou-Missambo, Jean-Eyeghe Ndong etc., who first sounded the alarm; Then there was that of Jean Ping, who shook violently the regime; we then witnessed the withdrawal of Dijob Divungui followed by his rallying the militant opposition advocating for regime change; the departure of René Ndemezo'…

INSTEAD OF PAYING BILLS DUE TO DEALERS, MICHAEL MOUSSA ADAMO SPENDS HIS TIME SPEWING NONSENSE! AU LIEU DE PAYER LES FACTURES DUES AUX CONCESSIONNAIRES, MICHAEL MOUSSA ADAMO PASSE SON TEMPS À DÉBITER DES BÊTISES !

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Michael Moussa Adamo (photo: Linksinc)



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Dear readers, here is an article published in a newspaper of Charlottesville, Virginia, not far from Washington D.C., the American Federal capital, dealing with the wild declarations of the Gabonese Ambassador in that country. It's childish!


African ambassador calls for “peace, love, and understanding” in D.C. speech
Richard Sincere, Charlottesville Libertarian Examiner

Recalling the Nick Lowe song from the 1970s, “What's so funny about peace, love, and understanding?,” the Gabonese Ambassador to the United States argued in a recent speech that peace, love, and understanding are necessary components of contemporary international relations.
Ambassador Michael Moussa-Adamo's remarks to the Universal Peace Federation and The Washington Times Foundation were published on February 20 by Sub-Saharan Monitor, a newsletter about African politics and culture. The occasion for the speech was World Interfaith Harmony Week.
Lowe's son…

MEETING BETWEEN JEAN PING AND THE GABONESE DISPORA IN PARIS. RENCONTRE ENTRE JEAN PING ET LA DIASPORA GABONAISE À PARIS

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ECHOS DU NORD’S FRONT PAGE. LA PREMIÈRE PAGE D’ÉCHOS DU NORD

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THE REPLY OF MOUKAGNI-IWANGOU TO DANIEL ONA ONDO. LA REPLIQUE DE MOUKAGNI-IWANGOU À DANIEL ONA ONDO

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Moukagni-Iwangou (photo: J. P. Rougou)



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Below is the reply, in its original French only, of Moukagni-Iwangou of the front, to the refusal of Prime Minister Daniel Ona Ondo to convene the Parliament about the forgery committed by Ali Bongo.

Version française
Voici la réplique de Moukagni-Iwangou du front, au refus du Premier Ministre Daniel Ona Ondo de convoquer le Parlement au sujet de la forfaiture d’Ali Bongo.


MOUKAGNI-IWANGOU BP 4724 Tél : 07.12.54.31 Libreville ce 19 février 2015
A l’attention de Son Excellence Monsieur Daniel ONA ONDO Premier Ministre, Chef du Gouvernement Libreville
Objet : La convocation du Parlement en session extraordinaire  pour la mise en accusation du Président de la République
Réf. Votre Lettre n°00093/PMCG/SP du 05 février 2015
Pièce jointes :  1. Loi n°11/83 du 31 décembre 1983 déterminant la composition et le fonctionnement de la haute cour de justice ainsi que la procédure applicable devant elle.
2. Loi organique n°49/2010 du 25 septembre 2011 détermin…

PASCALINE BONGO’s UNPAID BILLS: WHERE IS THE LIMIT BETWEEN GABON AND BONGO? LES FACTURES IMPAYÉES DE PASCALINE BONGO: OÙ SE SITUE LA LIMITE ENTRE LE GABON ET LES BONGO?

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Pascaline Bongo, second from the right, in January 1983, at Jody Watley’s birthday in Los Angeles, surrounded by Latoya Jackson, Marlon Jackson and Jermaine Stewart, Pascaline Bongo, deuxième à partir de la droite, en Janvier 1983, à l'anniversaire de Jody Watley à Los Angeles, entourée de Latoya Jackson, Marlon Jackson et Jermaine Stewart,
Photo : jodywatley.net




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The French company Blue Mendel has just gone to court to get paid by Pascaline Bongo, a bill of more than 500,000 euros, regarding goods purchased in France and shipped by freight to Gabon. These include ice cream, fresh fruits and flowers, an ice maker, carpet-grass, upholstered furniture, light tables, candelabras, folding screens, etc...
Looking at the bill made public by Blue Mendel on the website of France Inter, the purchases were made in 2013 and the destination of the goods was the Presidential Palace of the Gabonese Republic, which necessarily takes the transaction from the private setting and puts it…

THE FRONT’S LEADERS AT THE KANTÉ’S SQUARE. DES LEADERS DU FRONT AU CARREFOUR KANTÉ

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LA LETTRE DU CONTINENT PREDICTS LUCIE MBOUSSOU TO HEAD THE SENATE. LA LETTRE DU CONTINENT PRESSENT LUCIE MBOUSSOU À LA TÊTE DU SÉNAT

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Lucie Milebou Aubusson Mboussou (photo: Pierre Bienvault)




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According to La Lettre du Continent, Lucie Milebou Aubusson Mboussou, PDG Senator of Fougamou, her electoral stronghold in the province of Ngounié, would be the next President of the Senate in replacement of Rose Francine Rogombé who has been in office since 17 February 2009. She is the spouse of the CEO of CNAMGS, Michel Mboussou, who doubles as one of the most influential Freemason in Gabon, the evidence of which can be observed in the Masonic induction video of Ali Bongo.
La Lettre du Continent explains that in putting Mrs. Mboussou at the head of the Senate, Ali Bongo is winking at Southern voters (Ngounié, Nyanga) with the nearing of the 2016 presidentialelection. But would these voters respond in the way intended by the regime? Nothing is less certain considering the example set by the rout of the calculation of Ali Bongo in Woleu-Ntem, where he had thought to restore his totally ripped image by appointing as…