In late 1991, FRUD launched a rebellion against the Issa-dominated government. In 1994 the party split into two factions: a moderate wing, led by Ali Mohamed Daoud that evolved into a legitimate political party, and a radical wing, led by Ahmed Dini Ahmed, that pursued armed resistance. The group issued a statement saying that it "unanimously reaffirmed their determination to pursue armed struggle until their political goals are satisfied".
Front for the Restoration of Unity and Democracy
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