Pierre-Georges Arlabosse

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Pierre-Georges Arlabosse (in Arabic بيار-جورج أرلابوس) was a French politician who became acting President of Lebanon for 5 days, from 4 to 9 April 1941 for the interim period in transfer of presidency from Émile Eddé, the third president of the Lebanese republic under the French Mandate 1936 to 1941 and president Alfred Naqqache (French transliteration Alfred Georges Naccache), the fourth president for 1941 to 1943.

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Preceded by
Émile Eddé
President of Lebanon
(acting)

April 4, 1941-April 9, 1941
Succeeded by
Alfred Naqqache