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|Title:||Lusophone countries ready to accept Obiang dictatorship|
|Abstract:||Contrary to the Commonwealth (54 member states) and La Francophonie (56 member states), which include countries whose official language is not the language of the former colonial power, for membership of the Community of Portuguese Speaking Countries (CPLP) Portuguese as official language is a prerequisite sine qua non. Therefore, when in 2002 Timor Leste became the CPLP’s eigth member, the Lusophone community seemed complete.|
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