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Federation of Free States of Africa

Last modified: 2014-05-31 by zoltán horváth
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Overview

According to the website the Federation of Free States of Africa is an Alliance of Sovereign African States, whose aims and purpose are to promote Democracy, Freedom and Peace in Africa. The federations is also known as the African League for Peace and Prosperity.
On its home page are the flags of its members:
- Republic of Central Kongo
- Republic of Cabinda
- United Republic of Kivu
- Republic of Katanga
- Republic of Equateur
- Republic of Boyoma
- Republic of Great Kasai
- United Republic of Anzico
- Republic of N'Dongo
- United Kingdom Lunda Tchokwe
- Republic of Benguela
Peter Hans van den Muijzenberg, 24 February 2011

The similarity between the flag of the aspirant Republic of Benguela and the flag of UNITA [Uniăo Nacional para a Independęncia Total de Angola / National Union for the Total Independence of Angola] is obvious. In fact, it may well be that the "UNITA - no Rooster variant" reported on that page may in fact really be the Republic of Benguela flag.
This similarity is not surprising, since the Ovimbundu ethnic group comprises the largest group in the Benguela region, as well as the leading component of UNITA.
Ned Smith, 26 February 2011

A very interesting page…http://www.africafederation.net/
MEMBER STATES
Central Kongo Feee State
Cabinda Free State
United Republic of Kivu
Katanga Free State
Republic of Equateur
Republic of Boyoma
Republic of Great Kasai
United Republic of Anzico
Republic of N'Dongo
United Kingdom Lunda Tchokwe
Republic of Benguela
Republic of Biafra
Republic of Transkei
Matabeleland
Fabien Antoine, 13 April 2012

It look like one of those "unrecognised nations" type organisation. the fact that they use maps willy-nilly in different languages doesn't realy help take it seriously. Despite the pan-african rethoric, the limited scope of the maps and the recuring mention of Mr. Kabila would seem to indicate a Congolese organisation.
Marc Pasquin, 14 April 2012

There are some changes in country names, and three more states are added to the list.
Zoltan Horvath, 14 April 2012