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Name  Raymond Araiji

Role  Lebanese Politician
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NAWF 8 - Opening Ceremony - H.E. Mr. Raymond Araiji, Minister of Culture, Lebanon


Raymond "Rony" Araiji (in Arabic ريمون "روني" عريجي) (born in Zgharta, Lebanon on 31 July 1965) is a Lebanese politician, lawyer and government minister.

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Career

He received a bachelor's degree in Law from the Saint Joseph University (USJ), Beirut, Lebanon in 1988 and a post graduate studies diploma in private law in 1989 from the same university.

In 1990, he joined the Beirut Bar Association as a lawyer, and then continued to practice his legal profession at his private office.

He is a founding member of the Marada Movement and previously a consultant to Suleiman Tony Frangieh. He was foreign relations coordinator for the Marada Movement political bureau.

On 15 February 2014, he was named as the Minister of Culture in Lebanon in the cabinet of Lebanese Prime Minister Tammam Salam.

He is married to Wadad Abdullah and has two daughters.

References

Raymond Araiji Wikipedia


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