Democratic Front of the Central African People

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Democratic Front of the Central African People
Front démocratique du peuple centrafricain
Major actions 2004 (2004)–present
Leader(s) Abdoulaye Miskine
Active region(s) north-central Central African Republic

The Democratic Front of the Central African People (French: Front démocratique du peuple centrafricain; FDPC) is an anti-government militia in the Central African Republic. It is one of the major combatants in the Central African Republic Bush War and a member of the Séléka CPSK-CPJP-UFDR group[1] that overthrew the national government in March 2013.

The FDPC signed a ceasefire with the government on February 2, 2007. This agreement was known as the Syrte Agreement, after the Libyan city where it was signed. It was the earliest of the ceasefires that the government signed individually with each of the with the three major militias,[2] bringing a temporary peace to the country.

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