Saturday, December 31, 2005

ANOTHER MOVE by the Zapatero administration to play nice with tyrants:
Spain has withdrawn political asylum from Equatorial Guinea opposition leader Severo Moto.

The Spanish government said he had proven involvement in coup attempts in his home country, a former colony.

Mr Moto denies any links to coups and says he will lodge an appeal against the withdrawal of his asylum status.

Mr Moto has lived in Spain since the 1980s. He leads a self-proclaimed government-in-exile in Madrid, in opposition to President Teodoro Obiang.
But no, the fact that Equatorial Guinea is Africa's third largest oil producer also helps explain this. Everyone know it's only Bu$HitleHalliburton who shapes his foreign policy on oil.

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