Peronist Armed Forces

The Peronist Armed Forces (in Spanish: Fuerzas Armadas Peronistas - FAP) was an Argentine Left-wing Peronist urban guerrilla group created in 1968 active during the 1960s and 1970s. The organization apply strike directly against the Argentina state forces. Led by Envar Cacho El Kadri. His appearance came on 17 September 1968 with an unsuccessful armed action in Taco Ralo, Tucumán. By 1971 the organization split into FAP Comando Central and a minority faction known as FAP 17. The former preferred armed struggle over the election of Perón as strategy while the latter joined Tendencia Revolucionaria.[1]

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  1. ^ Pozzoni, Mariana (2009). "La Tendencia Revolucionaria del peronismo en la apertura política. Provincia de Buenos Aires, 1971-1974". Estudios Sociales (in Spanish). 36: 173–202. Retrieved December 10, 2017.