Privat-Antoine Aubouard

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Privat-Antoine Aubouard (in Arabic أنطوان بريفا أوبوار, Moulins, 14 August 1874[1]-Beyrouth, 9 October 1934[2]) was a French politician and a member of the French High Commission who became acting President of Lebanon for one month, from 2 to 30 January 1934 for the interim period in transfer of presidency from Charles Debbas, the first president of the Lebanese republic under the French Mandate 1926 to 1934 and president Habib Pacha Es-Saad, the second president for 1934 to 1936.

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  1. ^ Birth Register, Moulins, 1874
  2. ^ "Mort d'un gouverneur des colonies", La Croix, 10 October 1934, p. 2 Gallica
Preceded by
Charles Debbas
President of Lebanon

January 2, 1934-January 30, 1934
Succeeded by
Habib Pacha Es-Saad