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His Excellency Eng. Khalil Hussein Khalil Atiyyeh

His Excellency Eng. Khalil Hussein Khalil Atiyyeh
Date of Birth1958
City of BirthAmman  Jordan
Tel962 6 535 9639
Fax962 6 568 9886
Muslim
National Assembly(Parliament-Majlis Al Nuwab) :Member of The Parliament
Financial & Economic Committee of the National Assembly :President of Financial & Economic Committee of The National Assembly
Rural Areas Committee in National Assembly :Member of Rural Areas Committee of the National Assembly
Education
1981 BSc of Civil Engineer from Ain Shams University, Egypt  (Egypt)
Past Occupation
18/0 2007 Elected member of The 14 th Parliament for the first district of Amman governorate  (Jordan)
1995 Representative Member of Amman Municipality  (Jordan)
4/11 2001 Elected as a member of the 13th parliament for Amman Governorate, First Constituency, Muslim, Independent, Centrist  (Jordan)
Current Occupation
Deputy General Director of Hussein Atiah Contracting Corporation  (Jordan)
2007 Elected member of The 15 th Parliament for the first district of Amman governorate  (Jordan)
(last updated: 21-December-2007)
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