Military Command Council for the Wellbeing of the Republic (CCMSR) - Chad

Military Command Council for the Wellbeing of the Republic (CCMSR) is an armed rebel group in the north of Chad. CCMSR is a slinter group, founded in July 2016, following a violent conflict with the Front for the Change and Unity in Chad (FACT). CCMSR’s goals is the overthrow of the government of President Déby that it considers unjust, oppressive and non-caring for its people. The group opposes what they view as despotism in Chad under the rule of the government of President Déby. The group often seeks refuge in southern Libya during Government counter operations. Theater of OperationsCCMSR is active in Chad, Libya and Niger.LeadersOn 04 October 2017, Mahamat Hassan Boulmaye, secretary general of the Military Command Council, spokesman Ahmat Yacoub Adam and his secretary for external affairs Abdraman Issa Youssouf were arrested in Agadez, Niger. Extradition of the leaders is delayed as Niger fears human right abuses at the hands of the Chad government as…

Military Command Council for the Wellbeing of the Republic (CCMSR) - Chad, also known as Conseil de Commandement Militaire pour le Salut de la République is an active group formed c. 2016.
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