domingo, 28 de setembro de 2008

  • «Africa is no longer the hopeless case as perceived by some. There are so many good things happening on the continent. There is increasingly political stability, peace reigns in almost all nations except a few, and economies of many nations are blossoming. [...] The old principle of non-interference in internal affairs is surely being replaced by non-indifference to violations of democracy and abuse of human rights.»
    Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete, Tanzanian President and African Union (AU) Chairman at United Nation General Assembly
  • Imagem: Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete e JW Bush

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