The rules for placing units with Partisan cards and the rules for the Maneuver action seem to contradict each other. The Partisan card unit placement rules state that units can be placed in unoccupied enemy territory, yet the Maneuver rules explicitly state that no units can end in a enemy's territory at the end of the Maneuver action. Unless the Partisan card units are moved out of the territory to a friendly territory that turn, they violate the Maneuver action rules that come after they have been placed.
The only way around this is to either make an exception to the Maneuver actions stated rules above (like Bombers and Helicopters have) or to remove the control marker, but the rules do not say to do either of these things anywhere from what I can see.
Further, depending on whether you remove the control marker or just allowed Partisan card units to ignore the Maneuver action rules the turn they are placed, it changes the strategy, because if they have to declare an attack on the territory this will tie the unit up for a turn, whereas removing the control marker makes the unit completely free to do as it needs.
I'm inclined to think that the units still need to declare an attack on the territory so it can't in theory take 2 territories from an invader with a single Partisan unit (which seems OP to me), but who knows since its not clear.
Can anyone point me to where these questions are explained in the rules? If not, this needs to be addressed in a FAQ.