Committee for Independence and Democracy in Laos

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The Committee for Independence and Democracy in Laos is a religious[citation needed] group, believed to consist of ex-army officers, some ethnic Hmong people, and others disaffected with the communist regime in the country. They claimed responsibility for several attacks on the government in 2004.