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His Excellency Deputy Hussein Ali Al Hajj Hassan

His Excellency Deputy Hussein Ali Al Hajj Hassan
Date of Birth1960
City of BirthNabi Shit  Lebanon
Tel+961 1 271853- 3 332732
Fax+961 1 271855
Muslim Shiite
Married to Hayat Salhoub, with 4 children
Parliament :Member of the Parliament
Education
1981 LS in Chemistryfrom the Lebanese University  (Lebanon)
1984 Master in Physics and Chemistry if Large Particles, from Strasbourg University  (France)
1987 PhD Physics and Natural Chemistry, from Orlean University  (France)
Past Occupation
Member of the Agriculture and Tourism Committee  (Lebanon)
1996 2000 Elected as Shiite Deputy for Bekaa First District  (Lebanon)
2000 2005 Elected as Shiite Deputy for Bekaa First District  (Lebanon)
2005 2009 Member of the Finance and Budget Committee  (Lebanon)
2005 2009 Member of the Public Works, Transportation, Water and Energy Committee  (Lebanon)
2005 2009 Elected Deputy for first district of Bekaa Baalbek Hermel  (Lebanon)
Current Occupation
2009 Elected Deputy for Baalbek-Hermil District  (Lebanon)
1987 Lecturer in the Faculty of Science, Lebanese University  (Lebanon)
(last updated: 03-July-2009)
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