Talk:List of Presidents of Lebanon
I have reverted the move of this page. The de facto Wikipedia format is for lists of presidents, etc. to be titled "List of ..." UNLESS they contain large portions of explanatory text, in which case the "List of ..." drops from the title. David Cannon 22:04, 12 Jun 2005 (UTC)
- It's OK, I've moved this page because I was planning on expanding this page, so it doesn't just contain a list.500LL 17:05, Jun 13, 2005 (UTC)
- Okay, then we'll move the page when you've expanded the article. Just let me know - because it needs an administrator to delete the redirect that has been created. David Cannon 22:30, 13 Jun 2005 (UTC)
- 1 Transliteration
- 2 Does the President of Lebanon have to be Maronite Christian, or can be from any Christian denomination according to the National Pact of 1943, as this is not specified?
- 3 Acting Presidents
- 4 Fouad Senioura
- 5 Image copyright problem with File:Charles Debbas.jpg
- 6 Emile Edde wasn't president in 1943
- 7 File:Elias Sarkis.jpg Nominated for speedy Deletion
- 8 File:Suleiman Frangieh - FOCR.jpg Nominated for Deletion
- 9 Salam is NOT the "incumbent president"
- 10 List of Presidents of Lebanon
Transliterations of the names of recent presidents in the ALA/LC system, based on Library of Congress authority records:
- Bishārah al-Khūrī
- Imīl Iddah
- Fu’ād Shihāb
- Kamīl Sham‘ūn
- Shārl Ḥilw
- Sulaymān Franjīyah
- Ilyās Sarkīs
- Bashīr al-Jumayyil
- Amīn al-Jumayyil
- Rīnih Mu‘awwaḍ
- Ilyās al-Harrāwī
- Imīl Laḥḥūd
--Cam 03:32, 31 July 2006 (UTC)
Does the President of Lebanon have to be Maronite Christian, or can be from any Christian denomination according to the National Pact of 1943, as this is not specified?
Does the President of Lebanon have to be Maronite Christian, or can be from any Christian denomination, according to the National Pact of 1943, as this is not specified? —Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 19:09, 30 October 2009 (UTC)
yes, it was in the constitution before Taif Agreement 1990, the outgoing president can appoint a military governement(its head should be the armed forces commander (christian maronite like the president religion).
The constitution was made like this because it was made in the period of the french mandate & france wanted a christian president whenever, this thing didn't change (the president must be always christian maronite), in taif agreement they prohibit the outgoing president to appoint a military governement.
Fouad El Sanioura & Selim El Hoss were prime ministers not presidents they were muslim sunnite (prime ministers religion) & both they didn't lead there governement from baabda presidential palace like general michel aoun.
Selim El Hoss was a prime minister. He resign before the outgoing of the president, that's why many people didn't consider him as a prime minister and consider general michel aoun as acting prime minister, so in this period Selim El Hoss was not neither prime minister (many lebanese people) & was not a president.
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Emile Edde wasn't president in 1943
Bechara Khoury wasn't elected after independence in 1943, Emile Edde was a governer appointed by France after they lost their control on lebanon official in 9/11/1943 by lebanese articals of law 90-91-92-93-94 that ended the Madanate. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 17:06, 5 March 2011 (UTC)
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Salam is NOT the "incumbent president"
There is no such thing in the Lebanese constitution as an "incumbent" president. Whoever created this is either making a political statement or did it out of ignorance. Please also check the official website of the Lebanese Presidency, Salam who is Prime Minister is not listed as the "incumbent" president. http://www.presidency.gov.lb/Arabic/PresidentoftheRepublic/FormerPresidents/Pages/default.aspx Rustumpasha (talk) 12:38, 15 April 2016 (UTC)