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President of Lebanon


Michel SuleimanMichel Suleiman

Date of Birth: 21 November 1948
Birth Place: Amsheet, Lebanon
Political Party: Independent
Arrival in Power: 25 May 2008
Religion: Maronite Catholic
Profession: Military

Biography:


Michel Suleiman was born in Amsheet, Lebanon, in 1948. He is the current President of Lebanon. He obtained a Bachelor's degree from the Lebanese University. Before joining politics he had an accomplished military career, in which he rose to become the commander of the Lebanese Armed Forces. He became president after being elected to the post in 2008.


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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michel_Suleiman

Updated on: December 23, 2011

 

 

Prime Minister of Lebanon


Najib Mikati

Date of Birth: 24 November 1955
Birth Place: Tripoli, Lebanon
Political Party: Glory Movement
Arrival in Power: 13 June 2011
Religion: Sunni Islam
Profession: NA

Biography:


Najib Mikati was born in Tripoli, Lebanon, in 1955. He is the current Prime Minister of Lebanon. He studied at the American University of Beirut where he obtained a Master's degree in business administration. Mikati has had a very distinguished business career and eventually became the richest man in Lebanon. He served one term as prime minister 2005 as part of a caretaker government. He became prime minister again in 2011.


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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Najib_Mikati

Updated on: May 9, 2012

 

 

Former Prime Minister of Lebanon


Saad HaririSaad Hariri

Date of Birth: 18 April 1970
Birth Place: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Political Party: March 14 Alliance
Arrival in Power: 9 November 2009
Religion: Sunni Islam
Profession: NA

Biography:


Saad Hariri was born in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, in 1970. He is the current Prime Minister of Lebanon. He studied at Georgetown University where he obtained a Bachelor's degree in business administration. He entered politics when his father was assassinated, he took over his position in the Movement of the Future political party. He was elected prime minister in 2009.


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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saad_Hariri

Updated on: December 23, 2011