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AFTER 56 YEARS OF FORMATTING, THERE ARE NOW 3 DISTINCT TYPES OF GABONESE! APRÈS 56 ANS DE FORMATAGE, IL Y A DÉSORMAIS 3 TYPES DE GABONAIS BIEN DISTINCTS !

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      English version   Brice-Clotaire Oligui-Nguema has arrived in Paris; We have seen Gabonese living in a modern country, kounabelize like our parents who are unemployed back home, who hope for some prebends. Dear readers, the disease is deep and for some people it is now incurable.   The Bongo regimes have created 3 types of Gabonese: 1.             Those who are permanently submissive to oppression 2.             Those who accommodate oppression, and become its coordinators and cooperants 3.             Those who resist oppression permanently   When we look at the Gabonese, the first two groups are the most numerous and perhaps even form 95% of the population. What can push a normally constituted Gabonese to go to Le Bourget in Paris, dance for Oligui-Nguema?   Norwegians who have governments that have made every citizen a millionaire at birth, don't even think of going to cheer their leaders in the public square while dancing. But the Gabonese f

A PASCALINE BONGO REPORT PUBLISHED IN JEUNE AFRIQUE! UN DOSSIER PASCALINE BONGO PARU DANS JEUNE AFRIQUE!

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IF THIS IS THE MINISTRY OF LABOUR, THIS MINISTRY MIGHT AS WELL BE CLOSED! SI C’EST ÇA LE MINISTÈRE DU TRAVAIL, AUTANT FERMER CE MINISTÈRE !

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      English version   This Sunday, May 26, 2024, in the program "Les Grands Dossiers", the Minister of Labor and his team were appearing. The overall performance of this ministry has been shockingly below expectations.   Dear readers, how can we understand that a Minister of Labor does not have reliable data on the unemployment rate in Gabon? Even though the CTRI has only been there since August 30, 2023, one of the first missions of this ministry should have been to deploy itself to have a read on the unemployment rate in Gabon. But in response, the minister said that the previous team did not have the political will to carry out a survey on unemployment and this is why there are no reliable figures. But this blog reminds this minister that "THE UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM" publishes in its 2022 report, that the latest data on employment date from the 2017 Gabonese Survey for the Evaluation of Poverty (EGEP 2). Is this not a fact on which the

AN ARTICLE ON THE ROLE OF THE DIASPORA IN AFRICA ! UN ARTICLE SUR LE ROLE DE LA DIASPORA EN AFRIQUE !

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    To read click here Pour lire cliquer ici     Traduction française   Opinion : Envisager la renaissance de l'Afrique : le Rôle essentiel de la diaspora dans notre transculture Futur   Par Dr Menghis Bairu     Le rôle de la diaspora africaine dans la transformation socio-économique du continent ne peut plus être négligé. Au fur et à mesure que nous nous enfonçons dans le 21e siècle, il devient de plus en plus clair que le récit entourant la relation de l'Afrique avec ses expatriés évolue d'un discours sur la fuite des cerveaux à un dialogue plus dynamique sur le gain et la circulation des cerveaux.   Ce changement est crucial alors que l'Afrique cherche à capitaliser sur ses secteurs en pleine croissance de l'industrialisation, des infrastructures et de l'économie créative et culturelle. Les concepts de fuite des cerveaux, de gain de cerveaux et de circulation des cerveaux sont essentiels pour comprendre la dynamique de la diaspora

WHAT MODEL FOR GABON? QUEL MODEL POUR LE GABON ?

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    English version   Gabon has existed as an independent country for 63 years but is lagging behind in terms of development. Gabon has several problems: almost everyone is involved in politics or clings to a politician; the Gabonese economy creates wealth, but it is not distributed equitably to the entire population; everyone turns to the state to solve the slightest problems.   The model of governance by the hyper-presidency has shown its limits, and it is surprising that some Gabonese encourage Brice-Clotaire Oligui-Nguema to continue on this path.   Similarly, the economic model adopted by Gabon since 1967, characterized by the predominance of hydrocarbons and wood, which are the main financial resource of the State, has also proven its limits over time.   Dear readers, there is therefore a need for Gabon to take a new trajectory, especially in this context of transition.   This blog advocates for a market politics and economy. Politics must be a competition w

WHAT IS AN ENTREPRENEUR ? QU’EST-CE QU’UN ENTREPRENEUR ?

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