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Lebanese Politician

Born: May 1, 1982 (age 38 years), Bikfaya, Lebanon

Education: Panthéon-Assas University Paris II

Party: Kataeb Party

Residence: Achrafieh, Beirut, Lebanon

Parents: Bachir Gemayel, Solange Gemayel

Uncle: Amine Gemayel

First Name Nadim

Last Name Gemayel

Profession Politician

Age 37 years old

Birth Sign Taurus

Birth Date May 1, 1982

Birthday May 1

Birth Place Bikfaya

Country Lebanon

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Nadim Gemayel was born in Bikfaya on 1 May 1982 to Solange Gemayel (née Toutounji), and Bashir Gemayel, a Maronite Christian from Bikfaya, Mount Lebanon.

Nadim is the youngest to two sisters, Youmna (born 1980) and Maya (born 1978).

Maya was only 18 months old when she was killed in 1980 by a car bomb that was intended for her father.

Nadim Gemayel’s father, Bachir Gemayel, was a prominent national leader in Lebanon and an elected President of the Republic in (1982).

Bashir Gemayel was assassinated on 14 of September 1982, 21 days after being elected president.

Nadim was only four months old when his father was killed.

Following high school, Nadim Gemayel moved to France to pursue his law degree and graduated from Panthéon-Assas University in 2004.

He currently practices law with a prominent law firm which maintains offices in Lebanon and Qatar.

In addition to his position inside the Kataeb party, Nadim Gemayel holds a seat in the Lebanese Parliament and serves as co-chairperson of the Bachir Gemayel Foundation, founded in 1982 following the assassination of his father.

He is a Lebanese politician and member of the Kataeb party.

He is mostly known for being the son of former Lebanese president-elect Bachir Gemayel.

Nadim Gemayel decided to run for the Parliamentary elections in Beirut’s first District (Ashrafieh, Rmeil, Sayfi) his main rival for the Maronite seat was Massoud Al Achkar.

He ran as a Kataeb and March 14 candidate alongside Gebran Tueni daughter Nayla Tueni.

The election on 7 June 2009 was a very close race to the parliament, Nadim Gemayel won the Maronite seat in Beirut’s first district and is now an MP in the new Lebanese Parliament.

Nayla Tueni also won the Greek Orthodox seat in the same district.