MP Marwan Hamade on Electoral Reforms in Lebanon

Nicol 222, Beirut campus

The Institute for Social Justice and Conflict Resolution and the Department of Social Sciences are hosting a discussion with MP Marwan Hamade under the theme: “Electoral Reforms in Lebanon”.

H.E. Marwan Hamade is an elected Member of the Lebanese Parliament for Shouf District (2009). He served as Minister of Telecommunications, Minister of Economy and Trade, Minister of Tourism, Minister of Health, and Minister of the Displaced during different Lebanese cabinets. He started his career as an Economic and Political Columnist at an-Nahar and L’Orient-de-Jour daily newspapers before serving as an-Nahar Group President and Director. He also served as Member of the Higher Council of the Lebanese Press, Consultant for the World Organization of Health for the Middle East, and Member of the International Committee of Bioethics at UNESCO. MP Hemade is a member of the Strategic Council of St. Joseph University, Beirut. He holds a Law degree and a PhD in economics from Saint Joseph University.

This event is part of Associate Professor Imad Salamey’s graduate seminar titled “Lebanese Electoral Politics”.

All are welcome to attend.