Quelle/Source: Stateless Nations
In 1974, the
FLEC (FLEC/FAC = Front of the Liberation of the Enclave of Cabinda) was authorized to
establish its headquarters in Tchiowa. The Portuguese Foreign Minister of the
Spinoza-government handed over the question of decolonization to New York. The government
Spinoza was overthrown shortly after. In 1975 was signed, without consulting the people of
Cabinda, the Alvor Agreement between Portugal and three Angolan liberation movements with
the help of some government officials, who should replace General Spinoza.
The agreement was intended by the annexation of Cabinda by Angola.
The current situation in Cabinda is
strained by Angolan military provocations. Cabinda is very important for Angola, because
of its natural resources and because more than 90% of the Angolan budget come from
Die FLEC (inzwischen:
Front de libération de l'état du Cabinda) proklamierte am 04.02.2011 in Brüssel
einseitig die Unabhängigkeit für Cabinda. Der Staat nennt sich "Republik
Kabindan". Auch wurde eine Verfassung verabschiedet, die am 21.02.2011 juristisch
beglaubigt wurde. Am am 22.02.2012 wurde die erste Regierung gebildet. Die Republik
Kabindan wird von Angola nicht anerkannt.
The FLEC (now: Front de
libération de l'état de Cabinda) proclaimed on 4th of February in 2011 in Brussels
unilaterally the independence of Cabinda. The state is called now "Republic
Kabindan". A constitution was also adopted, which became authenticated legally on
21st of February in 2011. On 22nd of February in 2012 the first government was formed. The
Republic Kabindan is not recognized by Angola.