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His Excellency Deputy Assaad Halim Hardan

His Excellency Deputy Assaad Halim Hardan
Date of Birth1951-7-31
City of BirthRashia al Foukhar  Lebanon
Tel+961 4 295400/1 351785
Secondary Tel+961 1 743544
Greek Orthodox
Married to Marlene Khnaisser, with four children
Parliament :Member of the Parliament
Parti Nationaliste Social Syrien (SSNP) :Member of the Parti Nationaliste Social Syrien
Parti Nationaliste Social Syrien (SSNP) :Chief of the Central Political Bureau
Past Occupation
1968 He joined the Syrian Nationalist Social Party  (Lebanon)
1990 1992 Minister of State  (Lebanon)
1992 Minister of State  (Lebanon)
1995 Minister of Labor  (Lebanon)
1992 1996 Elected Deputy Greek Orthodox for Marjayon , Hasbia  (Lebanon)
1996 2000 Reelected Deputy Greek Orthodox for Marjayon , Hasbia  (Lebanon)
2000 2005 Elected Deputy Greek Orthodox for Marjayon , Hasbia  (Lebanon)
2003 2004 Minister of Labor  (Lebanon)
2005 2009 Elected Deputy for Second district of South Lebanon Marjayoun Hasbaiya  (Lebanon)
Current Occupation
2009 Elected Deputy for Marjeioun-Hasbia District  (Lebanon)
(last updated: 07-July-2009)
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