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What does URF stand for?

URF stands for United Revolutionary Front (Sierra Leone)

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The Moderate Current Coalition, a mix of moderate Islamist and centrist parties, the People's Representatives Coalition made up of former members of the ex-ruling National Democratic Party, the United Revolutionary Front made up of the leftists, the National Bloc Coalition in which the main group is Ahmed Shafiqs' Egyptian Patriotic Movement, and the Independent Party Current will all compete in the elections as well.
The five rebel groups who agreed to gather in the URF are: Sudan Liberation Movement/Army (SLM) of Khamis Abakr, SLM-Field Leadership led by Adam Bakheit, the Movement for National Reformation and Development (MNRD) led by Jibril Abdel-Karim, the United Revolutionary Front led by Ibrahim al-Zubaidi, and the Justice and Equality Movement (collective leadership) led by Bahar Idriss Abu Garda who is also the chief of the URF.
The five rebel groups who agreed to gather in the URF are: Sudan Liberation Movement/Army (SLM) of Khamis Abakr, SLM-Field Leadership led by Adam Bakheit, the Movement for National Reformation and Development (MNRD) led by Jibril Abdel-Karim, the United Revolutionary Front led by Ibrahim al-Zubaidi, and the Justice and Equality Movement (collective leadership) led by Bahar Idriss Abu Garda who is also the chief of the URF.
The five rebel groups who agreed to gather in the URF are: Sudan Liberation Movement/Army (SLM) of Khamis Abakr, SLM-Field Leadership led by Adam Bakheit, the Movement for National Reformation and Development (MNRD) led by Jibril Abdel-Karim, the United Revolutionary Front led by Ibrahim al-Zubaidi, and the Justice and Equality Movement (collective leadership) led by Bahar Idriss Abu Garda who is also the chief of the URF.
The five rebel groups who agreed to gather in the URF are: Sudan Liberation Movement/Army (SLM) of Khamis Abakr, SLM-Field Leadership led by Adam Bakheit, the Movement for National Reformation and Development (MNRD) led by Jibril Abdel-Karim, the United Revolutionary Front led by Ibrahim al-Zubaidi, and the Justice and Equality Movement (collective leadership) led by Bahar Idriss Abu Garda who is also the chief of the URF.