Ali Hassan Khalil
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|Ali Hassan Khalil|
|Minister of Public Health|
13 June 2011 – February 2014
|Prime Minister||Najib Mikati|
|Succeeded by||Wael Abou Faour|
|Minister of Finance|
|Prime Minister||Tammam Salam|
|Preceded by||Mohammad Safadi|
|Political party||Amal movement|
Ali Hassan Khalil is a Lebanese politician.
Khalil is the member of parliament representing the Marjeyoun/Hasbaya district. He is part of the Amal Movement led by Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri which is part of the opposition. He is a senior aide to Berri. Khalil was appointed minister of public health in the cabinet of Najib Mikati on 13 June 2011. Khalil's term ended when he was appointed minister of finance, replacing Mohammad Safadi in the post.
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