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Order of Physicians in Beirut publishes first round election results


Order of Physicians in Beirut publishes first round election results

People gathered for the Order of Physicians elections, in Beirut on Sunday. (Credit: Lyana Alameddine)

BEIRUT — The results of the first round of the elections for the Order of Physicians in Beirut were published Sunday afternoon. Three of the 16 members elected will move on to a second round of voting to compete for the position of head of the order.

The 16 members elected are: Ghenoua Dakdouki in first place with 1,190 votes, then comes Joseph Bakhache (1,046 votes), Saad Abou Hamine (999 votes), Souheil Chamandi (987 votes), Taghrid Hajj Ali (905 votes), Sari Abdallah (862, votes) Mahmoud Moussaoui (856 votes), Rafic Salloum (836 votes), Alain Khalaf (830 voice), Jaafar Abbas (828 votes), Paul Maarbas (819 votes), Dany Hammoud (814 votes), Georges Yared and Philippe Younes (772 votes each), Habib Hazkial (745 votes) and Georges Habre (681 votes).

The three competing candidates for the post of head of the order are Bakhache, who is supported by the Free Patriotic Movement and Hezbollah; Gerbaka, supported by the Kataeb party, the Lebanese Forces and the Proegessive Socialist Party; and Habre, an opposition candidate who is part of Nakaba Tantafid MD.


BEIRUT — The results of the first round of the elections for the Order of Physicians in Beirut were published Sunday afternoon. Three of the 16 members elected will move on to a second round of voting to compete for the position of head of the order. The 16 members elected are: Ghenoua Dakdouki in first place with 1,190 votes, then comes Joseph Bakhache (1,046 votes), Saad Abou Hamine (999...