Gemayel appointed president of Phalange Party.
Summary: Former President Amin Gemayel was appointed on Tuesday the "uncontested" president of the Phalange pha·lange
[French, from Old French, body of infantrymen, from Latin, from Greek phalanx, phalang-, log, battle array, bone between the finger and toe joints Party, succeeding Karim Pakradouni Karim Pakradouni (Arabic: كريم بقرادوني), born in Beirut on August 18 1944 to an Armenian Orthodox father and Maronite Catholic mother, is a Lebanese Christian attorney and politician. , who resigned late last year. Shaker Shaker
Member of the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing, a celibate millenarian sect. Derived from a branch of the radical English Quakers (see Society of Friends), the movement was brought to the U.S. Aoun and Salim Sayegh also were uncontested for the posts of first and second vice presidents, respectively, a statement reported.
BEIRUT: Former President Amin Gemayel was appointed on Tuesday the "uncontested" president of the Phalange Party, succeeding Karim Pakradouni, who resigned late last year. Shaker Aoun and Salim Sayegh also were uncontested for the posts of first and second vice presidents, respectively, a statement reported. - The Daily Star
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|Date:||Feb 14, 2008|
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