Ayoub Tabet

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Ayoub Tabet
أيوب تابت
Prime Minister of French Mandate of Lebanon
In office
30 January 1936 – 5 January 1937
Preceded by Charles Debbas
Succeeded by Khayreddin al-Ahdab
President of Lebanon
Acting
In office
18 March 1943 – 22 July 1943 (Acting)
Preceded by Alfred Naqqache
Succeeded by Petro Trad
Prime Minister of French Mandate of Lebanon
Acting
In office
22 March 1943 – 21 July 1943 (Acting)
Preceded by Sami as-Solh
Succeeded by Petro Trad
Personal details
Religion Protestant

Ayoub Tabet (1884 - 1951) (Arabic:أيوب تابت) was a Lebanese Protestant politician.[1][2]

Career[edit]

Tabet was the acting president of Lebanon during the French Mandate of Lebanon from 18 March to 22 July 1943 replacing President Alfred Naqqache and Prime Minister of Lebanon for the same period. He was also the acting prime minister (30 January 1936 - 5 January 1937).[3]

He was also the secretary of the "Beirut Reform Movement," which had Salim Ali Salam and Petro Trad as its executive officers.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Stéphane Malsagne (2011). Fouad Chéhab, 1902-1973: une figure oubliée de l'histoire libanaise. KARTHALA Editions. p. 85. ISBN 978-2-8111-0516-7. 
  2. ^ Nadine Picaudou (1 January 1989). La déchirure libanaise. Editions Complexe. p. 78. ISBN 978-2-87027-273-2. 
  3. ^ "Index Ta-Ti". Rulers. Retrieved 6 July 2013. 
Preceded by
Alfred Naqqache:
President of Lebanon
(acting)

March 1943-July 1943
Succeeded by
Petro Trad