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BatrounRabih Gerges Al Chaer

Legal expert in constitutional affairs and public policy.
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A little about
Rabih

Legal expert in constitutional affairs and public policy. Graduate of the French National School of Administration ENA and holder of three postgraduate degrees in public law, human rights and public administration from French universities and executive degrees in economic sciences and governance from Harvard and Stanford Universities in the USA.

Served as an adviser to several parliaments and governmental, international and Arab institutions and was selected by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs as part of the “Leaders of the Future” program for the year 2010 and was awarded the Order of the Lebanese Ministry of the Interior and Municipalities in 2009.

He studied international and constitutional law at the Institut des Sciences Politiques in Paris and at the Faculty of Law of the University of the Holy Spirit in Kaslik.

Writer of the book “The President of the Republic: Why?” a publication of Konrad Adenauer Stiftung.

Participated in the establishment, chairmanship, management and membership of several associations in the areas of information, public sector reform, combating corruption, promoting transparency and the environment, drafting legislation and creating jobs, including Labora, the Lebanese Transparency Association, “Sakker El Dekkene”, President Fouad Shahab’s Foundation, the “Nahar Al Chabab” and “Adyan” pages in Annahar newspaper.

Majored in Political Science

Law School and Civil Rights Attorney

Director of the Communities Project

Deputy Attorney General

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