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The Popular Front for Recovery (French: Front Populaire pour le Redressement; FPR) was a militia from Chad. It destabilized northern Central African Republic from 2008 to 2012.[1]

Popular Front for Recovery
Front Populaire pour le Redressement
Participant in Central African Republic Bush War
LeadersGeneral Abdel Kader Baba-Laddé

The leader of the FPR was General Abdel Kader Baba-Laddé.[1]

The FPR has signed ceasefires on several occasions,[2][1] only to return to fighting soon after,[3] in a cycle that is typical of conflicts in the region.[4]



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  • AFP (2012-02-14). "Chad rebels threaten to advance on N'Djamena". AFP. Retrieved 2013-03-25.
  • IRIN (2012-10-09). "Central Africa: Boost for Peace As Rebel Group Disbands". UN Integrated Regional Information Networks. Bangui, CAR. Retrieved 2013-03-25.
  • Debos, Marielle (2008-04-01). "Fluid Loyalties in a Regional Crisis: Chadian 'Ex-Liberators' in the Central African Republic". African Affairs. 107 (427): 225–241. doi:10.2307/27667022. ISSN 0001-9909. JSTOR 27667022.