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Education in Gabon

Education in Gabon

OFFICIAL NAME: Republic of Gabonaise

CAPITAL CITY: Libreville

POPULATION: 1,670,000 (Source: COUNTRYaah)

AREA: 267,667 km²

OFFICIAL/OFFICIAL LANGUAGES: French, fang and approximately 40 other bantu languages

RELIGION: Catholics 50%, Protestants 18%, other Christians 12%, natives religions 19%, Muslims 1%

CURRENCY: CFA franc

CURRENCY CODE: XOF

ENGLISH NAME: gabon

INDEPENDENCE: 1960

POPULATION COMPOSITION: catch 36%, sira and nzebi 17%, mpongwe 15%, mbete 14%, others 18%

GDP PER CAPITA INH.: $ 138,032 (2014)

LIFE EXPECTANCY: men 51.4 years, women 52.6 years (2014)

LIVING CONDITIONS INDEX, HDI: 0674

LIVING CONDITIONS INDEX, POSITION: 112

INTERNET DOMAIN NAME: .go

Gabon, Republic of the West Coast of Central Africa. Gabon was formerly a French colony and, after independence in 1960, the country has maintained close ties with France. The European interest in the area was initially limited to the possibility of reaching via the Gabon basin in the hinterland as well as the exploitation of the country's tropical woods. Since then major oil finds have made Gabon the richest country in sub-Saharan Africa, measured as GDP per capita. At the same time, the country has again received more development aid, measured per. than any other country in the same region. The aid comes predominantly from France and reflects Gabon's strategic importance: In addition to oil, the country has significant uranium reserves and the world's sixth largest production of manganese.

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Gabon - Constitution

Gabon Constitution, The Constitution of the Republic of Gabon is from 1991 with later amendments. The legislative power lies with a parliament with two chambers; a national assembly of 120 members elected by direct election for a five-year term, and a senate of 91 members elected by municipal and departmental councils. The executive rests with the president, who is also elected by direct election for five years. The president appoints the prime minister, who is the head of government and responsible to the president.

 
 
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