Alfred Naqqache

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Alfred Georges Naqqache
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Prime Minister of French Mandate of Lebanon
In office
7 April 1941 – 26 November 1941
President Émile Eddé
Himself
Preceded by Abdullah Bayhum
Succeeded by Ahmed Daouk
President of French Mandate of Lebanon
In office
9 April 1941 – 18 March 1943
Prime Minister Émile Eddé
Preceded by Pierre-Georges Arlabosse
Succeeded by Ayoub Tabet (acting)
Personal details
Born 1887
Died 26 September 1978
Political party Kataeb Party
Religion Maronite
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Alfred Georges Naccache (or Naqqache) (1887-1978) was a Lebanese statesman, prime minister and head of state during the French Mandate of Lebanon. He was serving as Prime Minister when he was appointed President by the French authorities after the resignation of Emile Edde. Pierre-Georges Arlabosse served as acting President for 6 days before Naccache assumed office. From 1953 to 1955 he served as foreign minister.

A street in the Lebanese capital Beirut is named in his honor.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Abdullah Bayhum
Prime Minister of Lebanon
April 7, 1941- November 26, 1941
Succeeded by
Ahmed Daouk
Preceded by
Pierre-Georges Arlabosse (acting):
President of Lebanon
April 9, 1941-March 18, 1943
Succeeded by
Ayoub Tabet (acting)