qaimaqam


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qaimaqam

(ˌkaɪmɑːˈkɑːm)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a variant spelling of kaimakam
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Early Friday morning, Jbeil Mayor Ziad Hawat informed the town's qaimaqam, Najwa Farah, of his decision to resign from the post.
Metn Qaimaqam, Marlene Haddad, read Baroud' s word, and stressed herein the permanent partnership between the Interior Ministry and the Lebanese civil society.
The Sidon judge "asked the Qaimaqam [sub-district governor] to put a halt to [the attack], but the latter had not taken the appropriate action concerning his request.
The Qaimaqam of Minyeh-Dinnieh Rola Bayeh chaired a meeting for the district's security council ahead of Sunday's elections.
The ministry has referred the case to relevant authorities through the qaimaqam of Aley.
As it stands, if a municipality were to enact an environmental policy it would need the approval of the Interior Ministry, the governor, the qaimaqam and the Environment Ministry.
His first official visit was to Wissam al-Hayek, qaimaqam of Marjayoun.
A visit to the campus by Metn district Qaimaqam Marlene Haddad lifted students' spirits, Khoury said.
The simulation was coordinated by the Byblos municipality, the Lebanese Army, Internal Security Forces, Civil Defense, Lebanese Red Cross and the qaimaqam of Byblos.
The plan would also involve removing the current qaimaqam position, transferring his powers to the council, and would replace the independent municipality fund with a decentralized fund.
Acting Qaimaqam of Tyre, Hasan Idiby, held a meeting with mayors of the southern district as well as with the president of the municipalities' union to discuss the dangers of the looming storm, as well as the security measures that needed to be taken.
because the mayor, the governor and qaimaqam are responsible for handling such violations," Charbel said.