The African Union
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- Lome And The Two-Way Approach To African
- By Sidy Gaye, PANA, 19 July 2000.
Today there is less
militant and popular fervour, a more subdued echo and much
less idealism than on 25 May 1963, Emile Derlin
Zinsou, former President of Dahomey, after the signing of
the treaty establishing the African Union on 12 July 2000,
at the Lome Congress centre in Togo.
- African Union!!!—A definite step
- By Br. Colonel Gaddafi, [29 March 2001]. In this month
so important to Africa because of the independence of
Ghana and the role of the CPP in that independence, the
massacres at Sharpeville and Langa, and now because of the
recently concluded OAU-AEC session to further the process
of building an African Union.
- Arrogant Powell And Lying BBC
- Opinion by Owei Lakemfa, Vanguard, 7 June
2001. The BBC reported that an African Union is being
created but that it is the brain child of Libya's
Mouamar Ghaddafi who is trying to pass himself off as a
Pan Africanist. The Britons added that the African Union
is loosely structured on the European Union (EU)
model. These are pieces of falsehood.