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His Excellency Deputy Farid Nabil Makkari

His Excellency Deputy Farid Nabil Makkari
Date of Birth24-October-1947
City of BirthAnfa Koura  Lebanon
AdressAl Rabia - 12 th Street- Villa no 12
Tel+961 4 403507, 1 989818, 3 547547, 4 403472-4 521252-6 541644
Fax+961 4 521252
Secondary Tel+961 1 982100 ext 2212
Greek Orthodox
Married to Maha Bouri with 1 child
Parliament :Deputy President of the Parliament
Parliament :Member of the Parliament
Education
Bs Civil Engineering from Texas University  (USA)
Ls Engineering Management  (Lebanon)
Past Occupation
Vice President of Saudi Oger  (Saudi Arabia)
1992 1996 Elected as Greek Othodox Deputy for North Second District  (Lebanon)
1995 1996 Minister of Information  (Lebanon)
1996 2000 Elected as Greek Othodox Deputy for North Second District  (Lebanon)
2000 2005 Elected as Greek Othodox Deputy for North Second District  (Lebanon)
2005 2009 Elected Deputy for second district of North Lebanon Koura  (Lebanon)
Director of Saudi Oger  (France)
Current Occupation
2009 Elected Deputy for Koura District  (Lebanon)
2009 Elected Deputy President of the Parliament  (Lebanon)
(last updated: 05-July-2009)
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