Front for Alternation and Concord in Chad (FACT) - Chad

The Front for Alternation and Concord in Chad (FACT) is an armed rebel group formed in April 2016 by Mahamat Nuri and Mahdi Ali Mahamat. FACT aims to overthrow the Chad Government and to "to achieve the fundamental aspirations of the Chadian people".  Nuri is of the opinion that FACT wants to end the "anarchic regime dominated by a small group of men" without any political ambitions. FACT is a splinter group of the former Union of Forces for Democracy and Development (UFDD), led by General Mahamat Nouri. In February 2008, the UFDD, in support by the National Alliance (NA) led by Mahamat Nouri, led an offensive on N'Djamena in overthrowing President Déby's government. Though the group is active in southern Libya, Nuri has explained its presence as one of non-involvement in the Libyan conflict but to act as front against expansion by the Islamic State in Libya into Chad. Nuri unequivocally stated that "our fight is Chad".However, contradictory information puts FACT…

Front for Alternation and Concord in Chad (FACT) - Chad is an active group formed c. 2016.
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