Pour le respect des droits de l'homme.
From 1967 until his death in 2009, Omar Bongo reigned supreme over Gabon, a strategic country for France that supplied oil, wood, uranium and cash. The President of the Gabonese Republic has granted millions of euros to several French politicians to finance their campaigns. Since then, his son Ali has taken over, vowing to break with the paternal inheritance. However, his opponents accuse him of being also a dictator ... For "Complement of investigation", the directors Donatien Lemaitre and Laurent Dy filmed the backstage of the power in order to give an unpublished image of who is the man behind Gabon mismanagent of public funds.
Second day in front of the hotel Peninsula New York. The people express their anger on Ali and his delegation while they walk out of the hotel.
It is weird, I have the impression that in this look Mr Alain-Claude Bilie By Nze will soon mount a coup against his commander in chief Ali Bongo Ondimba..
No more tolerance in Gabon, "Stop distracting Africans with these false panafricans that are known just by name, at this stage it can be said that this is criminal and especially through vulnerability or sadness".