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Dr. Georgette Subhi Abdo Kolini

Dr. Georgette Subhi Abdo Kolini
Date of Birth03-June-1956
City of BirthCairo  Egypt
Adress3 Sarti Street Al Haram Military Police Station
Tel+20123100887
National Council for Woman :Member of The National Council for Woman
National Democratic Party :member of the National democratic Party
People Assembly :member of People Assembly
Committe for Constitutional and Legislative Affairs :member of the Constitutional and Legislative Affairs Committe
Education
1980 Law School Cairo University  (Egypt)
1980 1983 Ms Law Cairo University  (Egypt)
1980 1983 PhD in Commercial law  (Egypt)
Past Occupation
2000 2005 Member of the people assembly  (Egypt)
1983 2000 Administrative Public Attorney  (Egypt)
1990 2000 First women working in the Legislating Dep Ministry of Justice  (Egypt)
Reprsented Egypt at UN rank of Ambassador  (Egypt)
Current Occupation
Appointed Member in People Assembly  (Egypt)
Member of The National Council for Woman  (Egypt)
Member of the national democratic party  (Egypt)
(last updated: 18-April-2006)
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