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His Excellency Deputy Mohammad Kassem Rashid Al Hajjar

Date of Birth1954-2-7
City of BirthShahim  Lebanon
AdressShahim Marj Ali
Tel+961 1 316020- 3 775279- 7 241777
Fax+961 1 241777
Secondary AdressBeirut Corniche Mazraa Ibn Al Athir Street Daouk Build.
Muslim Sunnite
Married to Mona Farshoukh with 3 children
Parliament :Member of the Parliament
Lebanese Engineers Association :Deputy President of the Lebanese Engineers Association
Electric Electronic Engineer  (Lebanon)
Master in Physics  (Lebanon)
PhD Electronics University of Montpellier  (France)
Past Occupation
Consultant engineer for large projects: Sport City, University Citu at Hadath, Sport Complex  (Lebanon)
2000 2005 Elected as Sunnite for Mount Lebanon Fourth District  (Lebanon)
2005 2009 Member of the Education, High Education and Culture Committee  (Lebanon)
2005 2009 Member of the Public Works, Transportation, Water and Energy Committee  (Lebanon)
2005 2009 Elected Deputy for Fourth district of Mount Lebanon Shouf  (Lebanon)
Current Occupation
1980 Professor and Chief of Electrical Enineering Department Lebanese University  (Lebanon)
1999 Deputy President of Lebanese Engineers Union  (Lebanon)
2000 Member of the Parliament  (Lebanon)
2009 Elected Deputy for Shouf District  (Lebanon)
(last updated: 07-July-2009)

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