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Dungia, Emmanuel, 1948-.... Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of the Netherlands-test ISNI-test National Library of France Library of Congress/NACO

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VIAF ID: 34539990 (Personal)

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had also been extensively used by participants of the [[public holidays in the republic of the congo|conference on national sovereignty]] ( Wikipedia (en)
]]he is carefully preparing to go into exile in belgium after having completed the manuscript of his book Wikipedia (en)
).in 1995, dungia lives under police protection of the [[belgian federal government|belgian state]] in trying conditions with his children. in september 1995 he accepts a job at a [[non-profit organization]] that deals with people with psychological problems, prisoners and aliens seeking a positive resolution of their immigration status in belgium.the same year, he publishes Wikipedia (en)
Mobutu et l'argent du Zaïre : les révélations d'un diplomate ex-agent des services secrets Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of the Netherlands-test xR Extended Titles-test Wikipedia (en) National Library of France
which continues to be sold to this day was then available in major university libraries worldwide. dungia's book is continually referenced by other works and authors. Wikipedia (en)
which goes on sale the 28th january 1992. the dictator mobutu promotes it himself by assigning l’harmattan the publisher and dungia in justice in an attempt to ban the book from publication. the book is an international success,<ref>[http://www.worldcat.org/wcidentities/lccn-n92-68290 « publications by emmanuel dungia »], worldcat library catalog</ref> but its publisher would, according to dungia, commit a major fraud at his expenses. he accuses the director of l’harmattan, of systematically deceiving authors (especially africans) on the number of works printed and sold. Wikipedia (en)

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