rifts hiTHin the military high command pressure on army chief cedras TO step down.
. PSNG FOR HIS RETIREMENT, flFSOME LEADIfjJ^BU^lNlSSpES ARE aTsO
: ADR E OF FIERCELY LOYAL SUPPORTERS,
mmmm tensions between cfdras and police CI
OTlETO a head last week dyer CFDRaS'S unsuccessful bid to install have divided thei staff. some senior loyal tow1th hjs transparent
;Al maneuvers and nG for his retirement
aides that he hill tell cj
comment: cfdras's small cadre many of whom would lose their influence if he were to step down, are likely to try. to rally support behind him. perhaps leading howoown.