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Mr. Nasri Lahoud

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Honorary President

Company Description: Brummana High School was founded in 1873 by Theophilus Waldmeier , a Swiss missionary , who joined the Society of Friends and became a Quaker. Waldmeier first came...   more
Background

Employment History

  • President
    Constitutional Council
  • President
    Higher Judicial Council
  • Head
    Higher Judicial Council
  • President
    HCJ Inc
  • Head
    HCJ Inc

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Broummana High School
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BHS – Old Scholars Association
www.bhsosa.net, 13 June 2014 [cached]
Mr. The Judge Nasri Lahoud - Honorary President
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Mr. Nasri Lahoud - Secretary
Media, constitutional councils on hold
www.dailystar.com.lb, 11 Oct 2003 [cached]
The political source said Judge Nasri Lahoud, a former head of the Higher Judicial Council and brother of the president, "was and is still insisting on nominating himself as president of the Constitutional Council." "Whether Nasri Lahoud wins or loses the seat, his brother will be embarrassed.If he wins, the president would seem to be meddling in the council's affairs; if he loses, the president would be in a weaker position vis-a-vis Hariri," the source said. When relations between Lahoud and Hariri were warmer, the two men discussed the issue and Hariri suggested that the law be amended to allow the current members of the Constitutional Council to extend their term from six to nine years, as is the case in some European countries, the source said. The idea was approved by Lahoud, and both he and Hariri agreed to assign Justice Minister Bahij Tabbara to work on a new formula for amending the law before presenting it to Parliament. However, the source added, the relations between Lahoud and Hariri deteriorated and to obstruct the agreement, Hariri ­ who was the first to suggest the extension of the mandate ­ opposed the step and said this cannot take place, as it would be considered "bribery."
Lebanonwire.com | Authorities under fire for failing to solve 1999 Sidon massacre
www.lebanonwire.com [cached]
"Three years have passed and the wound is still bleeding, as so it should, since the murderers who killed the four judges in the hall of justice are still free," said the president of the Higher Judicial Council, Nasri Lahoud, during a memorial ceremony for the judges held at the Justice Palace on Friday.
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Lahoud said the judiciary was "from time to time being subjected to unfair campaigns whose aim is to distort and blackmail in order to harm its reputation … so that (certain individuals) could obtain verdicts that suit their own personal spiteful needs … But the law was and still remains an entity that is grounded in justice, fairness and integrity, away from any interference," he continued."Stop interfering with the judiciary.Leave the judiciary alone."
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Lebanon Quick News
HAVING REACHED RETIREMENT AGE NASRI LAHOUD BIDS FAREWELL TO THE HCJ
www.mmorning.com, 25 Nov 2002 [cached]
Nasri Lahoud, outgoing president of the HCJ
Nasri Lahoud, president of the Higher Council of the Judiciary (HCJ), having reached the age of retirement, last week bade farewell to his colleagues at the court of justice.In his speech, Lahoud stressed the fact that "the judicial mission is nowadays prey to a multiplicity of laws, a spider's web of immunities, privileges of all sorts, imposing wrongful distinctions among the citizens", contrary to the spirit of the Constitution, which consecrates the principle of equality before the law."Justice", he added, "has become the victim of various forces and powers".
FOR A MORE EFFECTIVE JUSTICELahoud enumerated his achievements during the months he had spent as head of the HCJ and pointed out the projects he presented to ensure a more effective justice.He hoped that the persons concerned and the political powers would see to their implementation.Then he answered reporters' questions, stating that he intended to be a candidate for the Constitutional Council (the Maronite community's seat being filled by a vote, not by appointment), and denying that he wanted a position with the Casino du Liban."Is it conceivable that I would go from the HCJ to the Casino?"He added, "I have spent 44 years in the service of the nation… and I can assure you that while I have held many posts, I have never allowed myself to be soiled by corruption.I complete my work with my hands clean.That is why I am at ease with myself.I will remain with you [within the Constitutional Council] at the center of your struggle for firm and effective justice".
MainCustom News
CLAO News
www.clao.com, 23 Mar 2003 [cached]
The credibility of the justice system was undermined by the continuous interventions of Syria and its vassals, as is recognized by the former president of the Higher Judicial Council, and the brother of the Lebanese president, Nasri Lahoud.
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