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His Excellency Deputy Ali Hassan Khalil

His Excellency Deputy Ali Hassan Khalil
Date of Birth1964-7-14
City of BirthKhiam  Lebanon
AdressBeirut Nejmeh Square
Tel+961 1 840171, 3 632629
Fax+961 1 840177
Secondary Tel+961 1 982100 off 303
Muslim Shiite
Married to Damia Salih with 3 children
Parliament :Member of the Parliament
Union of Lebanese Youth :President of the Union of Lebanese Youth
Lebanese Resistance Brigades Amal Movement :Member of the Amal Movement
1992 Ls Law rom the Lebanese University  (Lebanon)
Past Occupation
1992 Lawyer  (Lebanon)
Member of the Board of Alissar Co  (Lebanon)
1996 2000 Elected Deputy for Shiite for South Second District  (Lebanon)
2000 2005 Elected Deputy for Shiite for South Second District  (Lebanon)
2003 2004 Minister of Agriculture  (Lebanon)
2005 2009 Member of the Administration and Justice Committee  (Lebanon)
2005 2009 Member of the Finance and Budget Committee  (Lebanon)
2005 2009 Elected Deputy for Second district of South Lebanon Marjayoun Hasbaiya  (Lebanon)
Current Occupation
President of the Alumni Association of the faculty of Law & Political Sciences Lebanese University  (Lebanon)
President of the Lebanese Youth Union  (Lebanon)
2009 Elected Deputy for Marjeioun-Hasbia District  (Lebanon)
(last updated: 07-July-2009)

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