The Organization of African Unity :
History and Goals
The Organization of the African Unity is both the symbol and embodiment of age-old Pan-African yearnings that found remarkable expression in the 19th Century epics of scattered Africa Communities all over the world. A movement of self-assertin in its early days, Pan-Africanism evolved progressively into an organized force with cultural and political claims especially after World War II when it took on a continental dimension. At that
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the Abuja Treaty establishing the African Economic Community and other treaties, agreements and conventions among Member States.
The OAU has been troubled by disputes among itís member nations. In 1975 the member nations became divided into which sid to support in the Angolan Civil War. The rival factions fought for control of Angola, and Ministers, keep OAU documents and conduct the daily work of coordianation among Member States in all fields stated in the Charter.