The Morazanist Patriotic Front is a paramilitary group operating in Honduras. It has the aim of limiting United States involvement in Honduras, possibly with links to former Nicaraguan government officials. Although linked with the Communist Party of Honduras, it has not set out any Marxist aims. FPM was one of few paramilitary groups not to lay down their arms after the US-backed Contras were no longer fighting against Daniel Ortega's government. FPM's last attack was in April 1995, when a leaflet bomb exploded close to the offices of several foreign press agencies, with no injuries.
Morazanist Patriotic Front (FPM)
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