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Mr. Fouad el Saad

 H.E. Fouad el Saad

CouncilCabinetحكومة:H.E. Rafic el Hariri
DateDateتاريخ: - 4/15/2003
DetailsDétailsتفاصيل:

Place and Date of Birth:

Ain Traz – Aley; 3 April 1941

Social Status:

Married – One Daughter

Address:

  • Winter Premises: Hazmieh – Brasilia (near the Army Inspectorate)
  • Tel.: 05) 457105 – (05) 457305
  • Summer Premises: Ain Traz – Aley
  • Office: Sin El Fil Salomi Roundabout – SOGECAP Bldg.
  • Tel.:(01) 502990/1

Education:

  • University: University of Saint Joseph
  • B.A. in Lebanese and French Law
  • B.A. in Political Science (1964)

Faculty of French Literature:

  • B.A. in History and Geography (1964)
  • Advanced Diploma in Public Law (1965)

Experience:

  • 1964: Joined the Bar Association and started practicing law;
  • 1991: Appointed representative of the Chouf District in the Parliament and elected a member of the parliamentarian committees of Administration, Justice, Foreign Affairs and Education;
  • 1992: Represented the Parliament in the Conference of the Francophone Parliamentarians Ottawa, Canada;
    • Elected to Parliament as Deputy representing the Aley District;
    • Elected member of the parliamentarian committees of Foreign Affairs as well as President of the Hydraulic and Electric Resources, Housing and Coops and - Public Works and Transport committees;
    • Elected member of the Higher Council for Prosecuting Presidents and Ministers;
  • 1994: Represented the Lebanese Parliament in the Conference of the Arab Parliamentarian Union and the European Parliament in Strasbourg and Paris;
  • 1995: Represented the Lebanese Parliament in the Conference of French Speakers in Quebec Canada.
  • 1996: Ran unsuccessfully for election to Parliament for the Aley District;
  • 2000: Headed the Aley-Baabda District List and was elected to Parliament as Deputy for the Aley District on the 27th of August 2000;
  • 2000: Appointed Minister of State for Administrative Reform in the Cabinet formed by Prime Minister Rafik Al Hariri.
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