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Macías Nguema

(məˈsiːəsəŋˈɡweɪmə)
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1. (Placename) the former name (until 1979) of Bioko
2. (Placename) the former name (until 1979) of Bioko
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OBIANG NGUEMATeodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, Equatorial Guinea's 'god,' according to a 2003 broadcast, overthrew and executed his uncle, Francisco Macias Nguema, the country's first president, on August 1979.
Francisco Macias Nguema was elected president of the small West African country in 1968 and was deposed through a bloody coup by his nephew Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo in 1979.
1979 Ousted Equatorial Guinea dictator Francisco Macias Nguema and six former aides are executed.
Il est arrive au pouvoir en 1979 par un coup d'Etat, en renversant Francisco Macias Nguema, a la tete du pays depuis son independance en 1968.
Obiang came to power in the former Spanish colony in 1979 after organizing a coup against his uncle Macias Nguema.
Most of the world would think so, but this recent action feels like the old Africa, that of Macias Nguema and Siad Barre.
Obiang, Africa's longest serving leader, has ruled the small former Spanish colony in Central Africa since 1979, when he ousted his uncle, the feared dictator Francisco Macias Nguema, in a coup.
Su obra se caracteriza por examinar en profundidad la experiencia postcolonial del sujeto bubi a traves de tres ejes tematicos principales: primero, la formacion de identidad del sujeto postcolonial bubi, segundo, la importancia de que se mantengan vivas las lenguas nativas africanas y finalmente, el contexto postcolonial de Guinea Ecuatorial a partir de la independencia de Espana, y los posteriores gobiernos dictatoriales de Macias Nguema y Obiang Nguema.
After only a few months of independence, President Francisco Macias Nguema began one of the most repressive dictatorships in Africa in the 1960s and 1970s (Aworawo, 2000, pp.
Obiang has been in power in Equatorial Guinea since he overthrew his uncle, Francisco Macias Nguema, in 1979.
In this case, the leader turned out to be Francisco Macias Nguema, the most dominant member of an increasingly powerful clan.