21 February 2013

Liberia: Lebanese Cultural Union Re-Elects Ezzat Eid

The World Lebanese Cultural Union of Liberia (WLCU) has reelected Mr. Ezzat Eid for a second term as President of the Union to serve another two years. Also reelected were Mr. Abdojlah Shehny; First Vice President, Mr. Marouf Mansour; Secretary General and Mr. Issam El Jundi* as Treasurer.

Mr. Nabil Ezziddine was elected second Vice President and Mr. Zein Jaffal; third Vice President, whNe Hassan Bashir and Haitham Eid were appointed Assistant Secretary and Assistant Treasurer respectively.

Several other prominent Lebanese were also elected to head the various committee of the World Lebanese Cultural Union of Liberia.

Mr. Ebrahim Hamaclan was elected as Chairman of the Planning, Development and Finance Committee, along with Mr. Zein Jaffal, Hussein Cheaitu and Rabin Kashouh as members.

Mr. Salah Farhat is Chairman of Committee of Maintenance & Construction along with Mr. Jamal Fawaz, Au Abdul Karim, and Ahmed Mtayrek as members.

The Chairman for the Arbitration Committee is Mr. Rizk Gharib along with Mr. Milad Asmar, Shawki Fawaz, Salah Faarhat and Nabil Ezziddine, members.

Mr. Intisar Nehme was elected Chairman of Social and Statistic committee with Mr. Hassan Bashir, Tarek Razzouk, Mark Ghazal and Jamal Fawaz as members.

The Information committee is head by the Secretary General Mr. Marouf Mansour, along with other members of the Executive Committee.

Mr. Hussein Cheaitu serves as Chairman of the Sports committee along with Rabih Kashouh, Khalid Ismail, and Omar Hamzi as members.

The Emergency Committee is headed by Mr. Mark Ghazal, along with the first Vice President; Mr. Shehny, Haitham Lid and Hassan Bashir as members. They were elected for a period of two years at a well attended general meeting in Monrovia.

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