Selim Hoss

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Selim Hoss
سليم الحص
Salim el-Hoss Axis for Peace 2005-11-17.jpg
Prime Minister of Lebanon
In office
8 December 1976 – 20 July 1980
PresidentElias Sarkis
Preceded byRashid Karami
Succeeded byTakieddin as-Solh
In office
2 June 1987 – 24 December 1990*
PresidentAmine Gemayel
Himself (Acting)
René Moawad
Himself (Acting)
Elias Hrawi
Preceded byRashid Karami
Succeeded byOmar Karami
In office
6 December 1998 – 23 October 2000
PresidentÉmile Lahoud
Preceded byRafik Hariri
Succeeded byRafik Hariri
President of Lebanon
In office
24 September 1988 – 5 November 1989*
Prime MinisterHimself
Preceded byAmine Gemayel
Succeeded byRené Moawad
In office
22 November 1989 – 24 November 1989*
Preceded byRené Moawad
Succeeded byElias Hrawi
Personal details
Selim Ahmed Hoss

(1929-12-20) 20 December 1929 (age 91)
Beirut, Lebanon
*Hoss's term was disputed between 22 September 1988 and 13 October 1990 by Michel Aoun.

Selim Ahmed Hoss (spelled "Salim Al-Hoss" on his website, Arabic: سليم أحمد الحص) (born 20 December 1929) is a veteran Lebanese politician. He was a Prime Minister of Lebanon and a longtime Member of Parliament representing his hometown, Beirut.[1]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Salim Hoss - Prestige Magazine". Prestige Magazine. 2015-02-06. Retrieved 2016-10-13.

Other websites[change | change source]

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