Georges Adwan

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Georges Adwan (Arabic: جورج عدوان‎, born 1947 in Deir el Qamar) is a lawyer and a Lebanese politician.[1] He currently holds the position of vice-president of the executive committee of the Lebanese Forces party. He has been an MP in the Lebanese Parliament as a representative of one of the three Maronite seats in Chouf district since the 2005 legislative elections. Adwan was member of the Commanding Council of the Al-Tanzim militia during the Lebanese civil war. In 1989-1990, he was appointed as the official representative of the Lebanese Forces militia led by Samir Geagea during the discussions held with General Michel Aoun commanding the Lebanese army. He graduated from St Joseph University in 1971.

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  1. ^ "Georges Adwan". Retrieved 15 July 2010.