Boards & committees while Minister of Education & Higher Education

Ministerial Committees

  1.  September 21, 2011: Ministerial Committee for defining the history subject curricula in the first three cycles (grades 1-9) of basic education (subjects, content, learning objectives, activities, and educational methods). Committee included minister of state (Fattouch) as chair, minister of state (Kanso), minister of public health, minister of social affairs, minister of state for administrative development, minister of tourism, minister of law, minister of information, minister of education and higher education, minister of culture, and minister of youth & sports.
  2. October 5, 2011: Ministerial Committee for the amendment of the Lebanese University faculty salary scale. Committee included minister of finance, minister of labor, minister of state for administrative development, and minister of MEHE.
  3. October 5, 2011: Ministerial Committee for proposing recommendations for public wages and salaries. Committee included minister of finance, minister of economy, minister of state for administrative development, and minister of MEHE.
  4. October 5, 2011: Ministerial Committee for proposing recommendations for the amendment of public sector wages and salaries. Committee included minister of finance, minister of state for administrative development, minister of labor, and minister of MEHE.
  5. October 12, 2011: Ministerial Committee to study all the existing UNDP programs and projects in the various ministries and submit recommendations. Committee included minister of state for administrative development (chair), minister of labor, minister of MEHE, and other ministers that are involved in UNDP projects.
  6. January 25, 2012: Ministerial Committee to study a draft law for initiating a “National Authority for counteracting steroids in sports”Committee included minister of public health (chair), minister of MEHE, and minister of youth & sports.
  7. June 27, 2012: Ministerial Committee to study draft law related to increasing the minimum wages and salaries in the public sector, the Lebanese University, municipalities, municipality union, public institutions not subject to labor law, and update public administration tenured salary scale, public authority benefits, and granting high cost of living. Committee included prime minister (chair), minister of public health, minister of finance, ministers of state (Fnech & Kheireddine), minister of law, minister of defense, minister of economy, minister of interior, and minister of MEHE.