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سياسي لبناني شغل منصب رئيس الوزراء منذ 19 يوليو 2005 إلى 9 نوفمبر 2009. | A Lebanese politician, the head of the Future Movement (FM).
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فؤاد السنيورة (14 أبريل 1943 -)، سياسي لبناني شغل منصب رئيس الوزراء منذ 19 يوليو 2005 إلى 9 نوفمبر 2009 . كان يعتبر من المقربين من رئيس الوزراء الراحل رفيق الحريري حيث شغل عدة مرات منصب وزير للمالية أثناء تولي الحريري رئاسة الوزارة. وجهت له عدة تهم بالفساد وحاول رئيس الوزراء بوقتها سليم الحصإجراء تحقيق في القضية لكن ذلك لم يثبت عملياً واعتبر نوعًا من السجال السياسي. وهو من أبرز الضالعين في سياسة لبنان المالية في العقد الأخير حيث إنه تولى حقيبة المالية عدة ولايات ويعد من المتهمين في التورط في تفاقم الدين العام في البلاد. وعلى الرغم من ذلك فإنه ينسب لسياسته الاقتصادية الفضل في بقاء لبنان بعيدًا عن مشاكل الأزمة الاقتصادية العالمية وأيضًا بقائه جاذبًا للاستثمارات على الرغم من كونه بؤرة توتر ونزاع. وهو أحد الشخصيات المنتمية لتيار المستقبل الذي رشحه لشغل منصب رئيس الوزراء.







Fouad Siniora (alternative spellings: Fouad Sanyoura, Fuad Sinyora, Fouad Sanioura, Fouad Seniora, Fuad Siniora) (Arabic: فؤاد السنيورة ‎, Fu'ād as-Sanyūrah) (born 14 April 1943) is a Lebanese politician, a former Prime Minister of Lebanon, a position he held from 19 July 2005 to 25 May 2008. He stepped down on 9 November 2009 in favor of Saad Hariri, the late Rafik Hariri's son. He currently serves as a member of Parliament for Saida and is a member of the Club of Madrid, an organization of former leaders of democratic countries committed to strengthening democratic governance. Siniora is the head of the Future Movement.


Siniora was born into a Sunni Muslim family in Sidon on 14 April 1943. He earned a master of arts degree in Business Administration from the American University of Beirut after attending the American School for Boys in Sidon. He speaks fluent English.


Political career

  • Prime minister

After the victory of the anti-Syrian opposition in parliamentary elections held in May and June 2005, Fuad Siniora was asked by President Lahoud on 30 June 2005 to form a government. He resigned from the chairmanship of Group Méditerranée (a banking holding controlled by the Hariri family). After laborious negotiations with the President and the different political forces, Siniora formed a government on 19 July 2005.


  • The July War

On 12 July 2006, Hezbollah launched a deadly cross-border attack against Israel and initiated the 2006 Israel-Hezbollah war. On 27 July 2006, Siniora seeking to end the devastating conflict, presented a seven-point Siniora Plan at a 15-nation conference in Rome. Siniora also called for an Arab League meeting in Beirut. During a televised address at the conference, he famously sobbed as he described the suffering of the Lebanese people. On 12 August 2006, Siniora cautiously welcomed the newly-passed UNSCR 1701. The Lebanese Governm. nt even declared that unauthorised rocket launching towards Israel would constitute High Treason, as the Israelis "would gain much propaganda".



4.3.09, 30.11.2012

updated: 2014-05-22

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