Salim Saade

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Salim Abdallah Saade
Member of the Lebanese Parliament
In office
1992–2005
Personal details
Born 1949
Amioun, Lebanon
Nationality Lebanese
Political party Syrian Social Nationalist Party
Alma mater Diploma in Economic Sciences from Washington University
Profession Professor of Economy
Religion Greek Orthodox

Salim Abdallah Saade (in Arabic سليم عبدالله سعادة) is a Lebanese politician, a professor of Economy and a member of the Syrian Social Nationalist Party. Saade was Director of Planning Department at the Lebanese TMA company. In 1992, he was elected Member of Lebanese Parliament, for the Greek Orthodox seat in Koura. He was not reelected for the seat in the 1996 elections. But was elected a second time in the 2000 elections and served until 2005.[1]

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